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Constitution Day

In commemoration of United States Constitution Day, the Berkeley College Libraries have assembled these resources for you to browse.

Constitution Websites

Constitution Facts

In this website, you'll find interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the United States Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.

Constitution Day

Use this website for activities, educational information, parades and demonstrations of our love for the United States of America and the blessings of freedom our founding fathers secured for us. (language taken directly from this website).

Constitution of the United States

Read the text of the Consitution from the US Senate's webpage.

Library of Congress on the Constitution

Digital documents and images on the United States Constitution.

National Constitution Center

On September 17, 1787, the founding fathers signed the most influential document in American history: the United States Constitution. This document established the framework of our government and the rights and freedoms that “We the People” enjoy today. In 2012, the National Constitution Center served as the national headquarters for the 225th anniversary of the Constitution’s signing.

The US Constitution
A wonderful online museum exhibit from the National Archives on the creation of the Constitution. 

The U.S. Constitution - a Google timeline

Online timeline of the creation and development of the United States Constitution from 1787 to the present time.

All Amendments to US Constitution

List of 27 Amendments to US Consitution

14th Amendment

Information on the 14th Amendment from findlaw.com.