Constitutional history -- United States -- 18th century -- Sources. : America's founding documents : the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the United States Constitution, the Federalist papers, and the Bill of Rights, written by Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, James Madison / by Thomas Jefferson [and three others].
Constitutional history -- United States -- Cases. : The case, Trevett against Weeden : on information and complaint, for refusing paper bills in payment for butcher's meat, in market, at par with specie : tried before the Honourable Superior Court, in the county of Newport, September term, 1786 : also, the case of the judges of said court, before the Honourable General Assembly, at Providence, October session, 1786, on citation, for dismissing said complaint : wherein the rights of the people to trial by jury, &c. are stated and maintained, and the legislative, judiciary and executive powers of government examined and defined / by James M. Varnum, Esq; major-general of the state of Rhode-Island, &c. counsellor at law, and member of Congress for said state.
Constitutional history -- United States Virgin Islands. : Constitution for the Virgin Islands and Constitution for Guam : hearing before the Subcommittee on Territorial and Insular Affairs, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R. 9460 and others, to provide for the establishment of a constitution for the Virgin Islands; H.R. 9491 and others, to provide for the establishment of a constitution for Guam, hearing held in Washington, D.C. September 17, 1975.
Constitutional history -- Utah -- Sources. : Official report of the proceedings and debates of the convention : assembled at Salt Lake City on the fourth day of March 1895, to adopt a constitution for the state of Utah.
Constitutional history -- Zambia. : An act to make provision for, and in connection with, the establishment of Northern Rhodesia, under the name of Zambia, as an independent republic within the Commonwealth : [31st July 1964].