Tennessee could not have a "state" capital until it became a state. A territory applying for U.S. statehood can not become a U.S. state until the territory adopts a constitution that is acceptable to the U.S. Congress. Therefore, Tennessee could not become a state until the Tennessee Territory conducted a constitutional convention to adopt a constitution. When the U.S. Congress approved statehood for Tennessee, it then could have a "state" capital.
When 9 States had ratified it. when did the constitution become binding?
James Madison and George Washington were both delegates to this convention.
At the Constitutional Convention, the New Jersey Plan contained the idea of what would eventually become the Supremacy Clause. It was also known as the Paterson Plan.
The United Kingdom - which includes England - is a Constitutional Monarchy.
England became a constitutional monarchy in 1688 CE after the Glorious Revolution. The first monarchs to rule with a constitutional monarchy were William and Mary of Orange.
ratification by the states -apex
It did not have that status. It was a Colony of England and then a US State.
Amendments can be proposed by Congress or by a Constitutional Convention. Then it must be ratified by three-fourths of the states.
New Jersey Plan
A constitutional monarchy, run by Parliament, with religious persecuton oulawed.
By the end of the 1600's England became a constitutional monarchy.
Britain became the first parliamentary monarchy (or constitutional monarchy).
Washington and Madison. Both Jefferson and John Adams were in Europe during the summer of 1787.
The constitutional convention was actually only supposed to fix the Articles of Confederation, the actual first government of the United states. The Articles of Confederation was weak. The new constitution was becoming strong. Anti-federalists were afraid that the goverment would become to controlling like Englands was at the time.
George Washington was the president of the Constitutional Convention. James Madison did the most to shape the drafting of the Constitution. After all of the delegates had figured out the three branches of government, Benjamin Franklin wanted George to become the first president of the young United States because he was the successful commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
Montana become a territory in November 8th In 1889.
when did Minnesota become a state and a territory
When did Nebraska become part of the territory of the US?
Yukon is still a territory; it has not yet become a province.
Sacramento was named the capital of California in 1854 after the California State Legislature moved there. In 1879, in a Constitutional Convention, California was named the permanent state capitol.
it was a territory in 1870
it became a territory in 1898