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State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

Mr. Fitzherbert the British minister plenipotentiary, with Gravier de Vergennes, and le Compte d'Aranda ministers plenipotentiary of the courts of France & Spain, signing the preliminary articles of peace at Versailles (on Jany. the 20th 1783) previous to their final ratification / Metz delin. ; Cook sculp.

U.S. Reports: Bolton v. Martin, 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 296 (1788)

Poughkeepsie, July 2, 1788. Just arrived by express, The ratification of the new constitution by the Convention of the State of Virginia, on Wednesday the 25th June, by a majority of 10; 88 agreeing, and 78 dissenting to its adoption. [Poughkeep

To the electors of the State of New York. Friends and fellow citizens we are informed that a report has been circulated in the state, that Mr. Jay cannot return to America, this spring, because he must wait in England, till the ratification of t

U.S. Reports: Hollingsworth v. Virginia, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 378 (1798)

Celebration of the ratification of the treaty of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, at Cambridbe, Feb. 23, 1815. Order of procession ... Order of exercise ... [Cambridge 1815].

U.S. Reports: Clark et al. v. Manufacturers' Ins. Co., 49 U.S. (8 How.) 235 (1850)

Honest old Abe on the Stump. Springfield 1858. Honest old Abe on the Stump, at the ratification Meeting of Presidential Nominations. Springfield 1860

U.S. Reports: United States v. Grossmayer, 76 U.S. (9 Wall.) 72 (1869)

U.S. Reports: Feild v. Farrington, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 141 (1870)

U.S. Reports: Haver v. Yaker, 76 U.S. (9 Wall.) 32 (1869)

U.S. Reports: Meade v. United States, 76 U.S. (9 Wall.) 691 (1869)

U.S. Reports: Marsh v. Fulton County, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 676 (1871)

U.S. Reports: Cook v. Tullis, 85 U.S. (18 Wall.) 332 (1874)

A memorial to the Congress of the United States praying for the ratification of the agreement with the Sioux Indians for the Cession of the Black Hills. To the Senate and House of representatives of the United States of America in Congress assem

A day of jubilee! at Irving Park, Annapolis Junction B. & O. R. R. Thursday, August 12, 1880 .... Grand union ratification excursion and pic-nic! ... [Washington, D. C.] R. O. Polkinhorn, printer.

U.S. Reports: Pickering v. Lomax, 145 U.S. 310 (1892)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Beebe, 180 U.S. 343 (1901)

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO HON. W.J. BRYAN [held by] BRYAN RATIFICATION COMMITTEE OF TAMMANY HALL [at] "HOFFMAN HOUSE, THE, [?NEW YORK, NY]" ([?HOTEL];)

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO HON. W.J. BRYAN [held by] BRYAN RATIFICATION COMMITTEE OF TAMMANY HALL [at] "HOFFMAN HOUSE, THE, [?NEW YORK, NY]" ([?HOTEL];)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Heinszen & Co., 206 U.S. 370 (1907)

Joint Resolution Memorializing Congress to submit suffrage amendment to states for ratification

Conferring over ratification [of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution] at [National Woman's Party] headquarters, Jackson Pl[ace] [Washington, D.C.]. L-R Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, Florence Boeckel, Mabel Vernon (standing, right)

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.
Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

U.S. Reports: Hawke v. Smith, 253 U.S. 231 (1920)

[National Woman's Party activists watch Alice Paul sew a star onto the NWP Ratification Flag, representing another state's ratification of the 19th Amendment]

Colorado's ratification of suffrage amendment, Dec. 12, 1919.

U.S. Reports: Hawke v. Smith, 253 U.S. 221 (1920)

Catherine Flanagan bringing Conn. Ratification to State Department

Miss Paul raising suffrage ratification banner

U.S. Reports: Dillon v. Gloss, 256 U.S. 368 (1921)

Sue S. White, Chairman, Tenn. N.W.P. [Tennessee National Woman's Party], mainly responsible winning Tenn. Ratification as 36th State.

Republican [National] Convention, [Chicago, Illinois,] 1920.

Senator Freylinghuysen congratulates Betty Gram on New Jersey's ratification, Feb. 1920.

Gov[ernor] Emmett D. Boyle of Nevada signing resolution for ratification of Nineteenth Amendment to Constitution of U.S. - Mrs. Sadie D. Hurst who presented the resolution, Speaker of the Assembly D.J. Fitzgerald and group of Suffrage Women, Feb. 7, 1920, Carson City, Nevada

National Woman's Party Headquarters in Nashville, Tenn., in which the campaign for ratification of the suffrage amendment is being conducted, photographed on the day that Parley P. Christensen, presidential nominee for the new Farmer-Labor Party addressed a mass meeting, urging immediate ratification. Left to right: Rankin Smith, Central Trades and Labor Council; Jim F. Nicholson, Business Manager of the Machinist; W.C. Birthright, Secretary of the Tenn. Federation of Labor; Mrs. Anne Calvert Neely, Mississippi state chairman of the National Woman's Party; W.M. Mitchell; Mrs. Mabel Reber, of New York; Mrs. Walter C. Jackson of Murfreesboro; Mrs. Florence Bayard Hilles, of Wilmington, Delaware, member of the Executive Committee of the Woman's Party; Parley P. Christensen, Presidential candidate of the Farmer-Labor Party; Miss Sue White, of Nashville, Tennessee state chairman of the Woman's Party; W.M. Fox, president of the Trades and Labor Council; Miss Mary Winsor of Philadelphia, Pa., member of the Advisory Council of the Woman's Party; Archie Craig; Charles P. Sweeney.

Suffragettes, Miss Paul raising suffrage ratification banner

Raising the Suffrage banner in the ratification of terms

Miss Alice Pavl is shown sewing the thirty-sixth star on the suffrage ratification banner, the stars having been added from time to time as the various states ratified

Alice Paul and a delegation consulting with Governor Cox on the suffrage situation in Tennessee.

Anita Pollitzer, W.J. Jameson, Chairman Nat[ional] Finance Comm[ittee] of Dem[ocratic] Party, checking tally of Tenn[essee]] legislature on ratification

When Tennessee the 36th state ratified, Aug 18, 1920, Alice Paul, National Chairman of the Woman's Party, unfurled the ratification banner from Suffrage headquarters.

April First

U.S. Reports: Rafferty v. Smith, Bell & Co., 257 U.S. 226 (1921)

U.S. Reports: Leser v. Garnett, 258 U.S. 130 (1922)

Alice Paul, Elizabeth Kalb, mailing invitations to conference to decide if [National Woman's] party will continue

President Coolidge signs Kellogg Treaty. President Coolidge today formally signed the document of ratification of the Kellogg treaty before a distinguished gathering in the east room of the White House, including Vice President Dawes, members of the Cabinet and members of the Senate and House. In the front row, left to right: Vice President Dawes; President Coolidge; Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg; Secretary of the Treasury Mellon; and Secretary of War Davis. in the back row, left to right: Senator William E. Borah; Senator Claude A. Swanson; Senator Thomas F. Walsh; Vice President-elect Charles Curtis; and Senator D.O. Hastings

... Dear Friend: Governor George H. Earle, at the suggestion of the Pennsylvania Historical commission has designated Saturday, December 12, 1936, as "Pennsylvania ratification day", to commemorate the ratification, by our Commonwealth of the co

Photograph of Charles Braibant, Director of the Archives of France and President of the International Council on Archives, Examining the French Instrument of Ratification of the Treaty of Alliance Between the United States and France, 1778

Photograph of Carl L. Lokke, left, and Frank Heppner Removing the Japanese Ratification of the Kanagawa Treaty from Its Box

Photograph of Members of National Historical Publications Commission

Martha Griffiths Speaks at Ratification Assembly, Houston, Texas

Panamanian President Lakas, President Jimmy Carter, and General (GEN) Omar Torrijos stand at attention during the playing of the American national anthem at Tocumen Airport. The president is in Panama to sign the Instruments of Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaty

President Jimmy Carter, and General (GEN) Omar Torrijos wave at the crowds while riding in a motorcade downtown. The president is in Panama to sign the Instruments of Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaty

President Jimmy Carter, and General (GEN) Omar Torrijos sign the Instruments of Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaty

President Jimmy Carter and General (GEN) Omar Torrijos pose with other dignitaries after signing the Instruments of Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaty

President Jimmy Carter, and General (GEN) Omar Torrijos wave to guests following the signing of the Instruments of Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaty

Hoover receiving delegates to Kellogg Pact ratification (Coolidge), 7/24/29

Bids bon voyage to "flying caravan" of peoples mandate committee. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. About to leave on a 17,000 mile air tour of nineteen American Republics, the members of the "Flying Caravan" of the Peoples Mandate Committee were bid bon voyage by acting Secretary of the State Sumner Welles at the State Department today. The trip is being made to urge speedy ratification of the peace treaties adopted at the Bunos Aires Conference of 1936. In the photograph, left to right: Mrs. Rebecca Hourwich Reyher, Mrs. Ana Del Pulgar de Burke, Mrs. E.V. Frost, Mrs. Burton W. Musser, and acting Secretary Welles.

Kellogg Pact ratification, 7/24/29

Ratification of the Treaty of Münster, 15 May 1648 (Conclusion of the Peace Negotiations between Spain and the United Netherlands in Münster Town Hall)

Kellogg Pact ratification, 7/24/29

Hoover receiving delegates to Kellogg Pact ratification, 7/24/29

Hoover receiving delegates to Kellogg Pact ratification, (Alfaro), 7/24/29

Baltimore National Convention of Ratification. Clay and the tariff

George W. Pratt to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 12, 1860 (Sends newspaper report of ratification meeting)

George W. Pratt to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 12, 1860 (Sends newspaper report of ratification meeting)

George W. Pratt to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 12, 1860 (Sends newspaper report of ratification meeting)

J. Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 10, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment in Vermont)

J. Gregory Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, March 10, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment in Vermont)

James Y. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

James Y. Smith to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 03, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Constitution of the United States of America.. [With] Ratification of the constitution of the United States by the convention of the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations ... In Convention, May 29, 1790 ... [Providence: Printed by Joh

Constitution of the United States of America.. [With] Ratification of the constitution of the United States by the convention of the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations ... In Convention, May 29, 1790 ... [Providence: Printed by Joh

Constitution of the United States of America.. [With] Ratification of the constitution of the United States by the convention of the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations ... In Convention, May 29, 1790 ... [Providence: Printed by Joh

Thomas Jefferson, December 27, 1783, Resolution Opposing Ratification of the Definitive Treaty

Thomas Jefferson, December 27, 1783, Resolution Opposing Ratification of the Definitive Treaty

Thomas Jefferson, 1783, Notes on Ratification of Peace Treaty by States

Thomas Jefferson, 1783, Notes on Ratification of Peace Treaty by States

James Madison, December 27, 1783. Resolution on treaty ratification.

James Madison, December 27, 1783. Resolution on treaty ratification.

Supplement to the Independent Journal, New-York, July 2, 1788. In our Independent Journal of this morning, we announced the ratification of the new constitution by the convention of Virginia: for the gratification of our readers, we publish the

Supplement to the Independent Journal, New-York, July 2, 1788. In our Independent Journal of this morning, we announced the ratification of the new constitution by the convention of Virginia: for the gratification of our readers, we publish the

Supplement to the Independent journal, New-York, July 2, 1788 : In our Independent journal of this morning, we announced the ratification of the new Constitution by the Convention of Virginia : for the gratification of our readers, we publish the following particulars, received by this day's post ...

Supplement to the Independent journal, New-York, July 2, 1788 : In our Independent journal of this morning, we announced the ratification of the new Constitution by the Convention of Virginia : for the gratification of our readers, we publish the following particulars, received by this day's post ...

Henry G. Blasdel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Henry G. Blasdel to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, February 17, 1865 (Telegram reporting ratification of 13th Amendment)

Strike for the right: sung with rapturous applause at the Fanueil Hall ratification meeting words & music by E.W. Locke.

Strike for the right: sung with rapturous applause at the Fanueil Hall ratification meeting words & music by E.W. Locke.

Strike for the right: sung with rapturous applause at the Fanueil Hall ratification meeting words & music by E.W. Locke.

Strike for the right: sung with rapturous applause at the Fanueil Hall ratification meeting words & music by E.W. Locke.

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)

Nathaniel P. Banks to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 06, 1864 (Ratification of Louisiana constitution)