May 14, 2018

THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION DOESN’T QUITE CONVENE:  On this day in 1787, what became the Constitutional Convention was supposed to convene in Philadelphia.  But it didn’t.  There was no quorum yet.  Things didn’t get off the ground till May 25th.  In the meantime, there was plenty of time for food, librations and informal discussion at the Indian Queen Tavern.

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