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Ratification Day

Ratification Day
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Ratification Day is the name of a number of official or unofficial holidays or other anniversaries which commemorate or mark an important legislative act. A ratification day may celebrate the proclamation of independence of a state, the end of a war, or the ratification of an important treaty. In the United States, it often refers to the day a particular state ratified the United States Constitution.

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References

  1. ^ INSCOM Journal - p. 35 by United States Army Intelligence & Security Command - Jan. 14, 1784 Ratification Day — US Congress ratified Treaty of Paris ending Revolutionary War, Annapolis, Maryland
  2. ^ Constitution Online: Ratification of the Constitution by the State of Connecticut, January 9, 1788.
  3. ^ Yale Law Avalon Project: Ratification of the Constitution by the State of Massachusetts; February 6, 1788


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