KU Constitution Day Celebration
Links of Interest
- Selected Resources highlighted by KU Libraries
- National Archives and Records Administration: United States Constitution
- The United States Constitution, 1789
- Amendments to the Constitution (including the Bill of Rights)
- Justice Learning's Guide to the Constitution. Click on "Constitution Guide" for a very helpful "What it says; What it means" interactive synopsis and historical timeline for each article of the Constitution.
- Justice Learning: Constitution Day (register to connect to Constitution Day online videocasts scheduled throughout September 16, 2005; there is no cost).
- The U. S. Constitution Online, with excellent FAQ page, news, and links to related historical documents.
- The Constitution Center, includes splendid interactive learning tools. Used with permission of the National Constitution Center.
- The Oyez Project, extensive and well-organized site for information on historic Supreme Court cases, featuring an audio archive of actual oral arguments. Used with permission of The Oyez Project.
- Landmark Cases , a site created by Street Law and the Supreme Court Historical Society, it features landmark cases and discussion of Constitutional concepts.
- Supreme Court History , website for the Supreme Court Historical Society.
- Federal Judicial Center, website for the Federal Judicial Center which is the education and research agency for the federal courts.
- Notice of Implementation: Constitution Day
- Kansas Constitution at KSlib
From the Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Continental Congress & Constitutional Convention Broadsides Collection go
- Here for "The Making of the U.S. Constitution Transcription of the Introduction and the U.S. Constitution from the First Volume of the Annals of Congress."
- Here for a Timeline, American History as Seen in Congressional Documents, 1774-1873.
- Here for "To Form a More Perfect Union: The Work of the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention."