U.S. Constitution Month
Constitution Month at the Library
Constitution Week is an American observance to commemorate the adoption of the United States Constitution. The observance runs annually from September 17 to September 23. It was officially enacted on August 2, 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower from a congressional resolution petitioned by the Daughters of the American Revolution, but it was George W. Bush who officially declared the inception of Constitution Week in September 2002.
(Source: Constitution Week – Wikipedia)
Please enjoy our selection of informational websites and books! We also have a program on the Constitution on Monday, September 30 at 7 pm – see below for more details.
Websites on the U.S. Constitution
- National Constitution Center – Constitution FAQs
- Constitution Day and Citizenship Day – Library of Congress
- Bill of Rights Institute
- The United States Constitution – Library of Congress American Memory Timeline
- United States Constitutional Convention – Constitution Facts
- Constitution of the United States: A History – National Archives
- U.S. Senate: The Senate and the United States Constitution
- Constitutional Convention – Office of the Historian (U.S. State Dept.)
- ACLU Constitution Day
- Guide to Law Online: U.S. Constitution
Click on the image below for more information and/or to register for this program.