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Selected Resources highlighted by KU Libraries:

KU Libraries Government Information Resources Sheet - Constitution Day 2007 (pdf) - printed materials (some with electronic versions) and databases for research on U.S. Government Information topics.

Presidential Proclamation – Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, Constitution Week, 2009

United States Senate Constitution Day page.

The Charters of Freedom site from the National Archives

This site, prepared by the National Archives, contains the text, images, and additional information on the Declaration of Independance, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights.

Teaching with Documents: U.S. Constitution Workshop lesson plan from the National Archives.

OurDocuments.Gov - 100 milestone documents in U.S. History. Image files, full-text, and background information.

Constitution Day Resources prepared by the Library of Congressvia the Thomas site:

How Our Laws Are Made - Online version of a document prepared by the United States House of Representatives Parliamentarian. (From Thomas)

Enactment of a Law - Online version of a document prepared by the United States Senate Parliamentarian. (From Thomas)

Constitution Day - Selective Resources page from the Law Library Reading Room, Library of Congress.

Primary Documents in American History: United States Constitution

A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation from the Library of Congress' American Memory Project. Full-text online congressional records from the Continental Congress up through the 43rd Congress (1774-1875).

Constitution Day page from the NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) . Resources, lesson-plans, and other materials.

Ben's guide for kids

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government (for Kids) - for modules for different K-12 age groups.
Also check out the 'Parent's & Teacher's' section.

U.S. Constitution Day resources from the Department of Education's FREE site (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Teaching and Learning Resources from Federal Agencies).

Department of Defense Constitution Day site (including a short online course prepared for DoD employees on the Constitution).

U.S. Courts page for Constitution Day.

Civics and Citizenship Study Materials from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Constitution Finder from the University of Richmond. Constitutions, charters, and related documents from nations around the world.

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