On September 17, 1787 the United States Constitution was finalized and signed by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention. Today, we celebrate this document of our country's legal frame and our rights as citizens on Constitution Day each year. This year we will do so on Friday September 16th. Of relevant interest are many web resources provided by the Library of Congress and the United States government:
The Government Information department at Wells Library also encourages you to stop by and browse its very rich collection of publications on and pertaining to U.S. governmental history. Check out titles including:
... and more. Be one of the first ten visitors to stop by the GIMMS circulation/reference desk and mention Constitution Day this Friday to receive a free pocket U.S. Constitution!