Continental Congress - Misc record example

    Continental Congress - Misc

    Records: 6,939Complete: 100%

    These are documents which were misplaced, overlooked, or found in private hands when the Papers of the Continental Congress were first arranged in 1834. Among the most interesting are the official report of the Annapolis Convention of September 1786, the event leading to Constitutional Convention; and the full text of "Bankson's Journal," an account containing the credentials of delegates to the convention found nowhere else, as well as various reports, resolutions, and legal acts.

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    John Jay reports to Congress using secret code
    John Jay reports to Congress using secret code
    John Adams reports to Congress, describes his leaky ship
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    Source Information

    "Miscellaneous Papers of the Continental Congress" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com/publication/62/continental-congress-misc: accessed December 10, 2022)

    Publication Title
    Continental Congress - Misc
    Total Records
    6,939Complete: 100%
    Content Source
    The National Archives logoThe National Archives
    Publication Number
    M332
    Record Group
    360
    Published on Fold3
    30 Jan 2007
    Last Updated
    30 Jan 2007
    Description
    NARA M332. When the records of the Papers of the Continental Congress were first arranged in 1834, these documents were not included.