Loading Events
Less than 30 minutes

Brought to you by

Museum of the American Revolution

Add to my List

While the federal constitution is usually given pride of place in our national narrative, individual state constitutions continue to be the driving force behind our national debates. This exhibition is an invitation to learn how “we the people” are the framers of our constitions.

Share On

Dive Deeper

Track Legislation on Congress.gov

Track Legislation on Congress.gov

By Library of Congress

  • Anytime/On Your Own
A Juneteenth Rodeo: Photography Collection of 1970s Small-Town Black Rodeos

A Juneteenth Rodeo: Photography Collection of 1970s Small-Town Black Rodeos

By Neill-Cochran House Museum

  • Anytime/On Your Own
Does an amendment give you the right to vote?

Does an amendment give you the right to vote?

By Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

  • Anytime/On Your Own
How did the Senate shape the Civil Rights Act of 1964?

How did the Senate shape the Civil Rights Act of 1964?

By U.S. Senate Historical Office

  • Anytime/On Your Own
Get Ready to Vote with the History of Voting Rights

Get Ready to Vote with the History of Voting Rights

By ActiVote

  • Anytime/On Your Own
How WWI Changed America: Native Americans in WWI