Ratified Amendments to the US Constitution FREE

Records: 9,932 · Complete: 100%

After the US Bill of Rights was created in 1791, only seventeen amendments have been added to the US Constitution. Under each title in this publication are documents provided by the states that ratified a particular amendment. Some of the best-known constitutional amendments include the abolition of slavery (13th amendment), voting rights for women (19th), prohibition (18th), and its repeal (21st). Explore the process by viewing each amendment and then see how each state ratified it.

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Ratified Amendments to the US Constitution
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Records: 9,932 · Complete: 100%
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February 6, 2007
Last Updated
February 6, 2007
NARA M1518. These records from sixteen rolls of NARA microfilm relate to each constitutional amendment as ratified by state legislatures.