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The Constitutional Convention was a meeting held in Philadelphia, including 55 delegates that would help rewrite the laws of their country and shape the Constitution. One of those 55 delegates was a Virginian politician, nicknamed “The Father of the Constitution”. Although being one of the youngest delegates, he played a major role in shaping the constitution that runs our country. This man is James Madison Jr. James Madison was born on March 16, 1751 at Port Conway, King George County, Virginia while his mother was visiting her parents. His mother was Nellie Conway Madison and his father was James Madison Sr. After being born, his mother traveled back to Montpelier estate, in Orange County which became his lifelong home.
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1.) Why the colony was founded It had been more than decades since the British had established a new colony. James Edward Oglethorpe, and an English general, along with 21 other men, created a charter to settle a new colony which they named Georgia in honor of King George II. The grant established land between the Savannah and Altamaha rivers as well as the waters of these rivers. 2.)
George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He died on December 14, 1799, in Mount Vernon, Virginia. George Washington was the first American president, commander of the Continental Army, president of the Constitutional Convention, and gentleman planter. The presidency of George Washington, began on April 30, 1789, when George Washington was inaugurated as President of the United States, and ended on March 4, 1797. Washington, the first United States president, and took office after the 1788–89 presidential election.
William Paterson In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the Constitutional Convention concluded with 38 of the 41 delegates signing the United States Constitution. Among those 38 men was William Paterson of New Jersey. William Paterson came to America from Ireland when he was just years old. His father did well in manufacturing and selling tin goods which allowed William a good education in private schools. He entered the College of New Jersey which is now Princeton at the age of 14.
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