by NCC Staff | National Constitution Center
The National Archives put on public display on Friday the fifth page of the Constitution, a document that hasn't been seen in public before.
The fifth page is known as the transmittal page of the Constitution and the Resolutions of the Constitutional Convention, and the National Archives will make it available to public viewing for a week in Washington, D.C., starting today.
The Constitution Resolution was signed by George Washington and it includes the instructions about how the Constitution should be ratified and put into effect.
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Interesting to know that there were 5 pages and now we the people can view it.
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