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Miracle At Philadelphia: The Story of the Constitutional Convention May - September 1787 by  Catherine Drinker Bowen - Paperback - from World of Books Ltd and Biblio.com

Miracle At Philadelphia: The Story of the Constitutional Convention May - September 1787

by Drinker Bowen, Catherine

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Paperback. Very Good.

Miracle At Philadelphia: The Story of the Constitutional Convention is a work of historical non-fiction, written by Catherine Drinker Bowen and originally published in 1966. Bowen recounts the Philadelphia Convention, a meeting in 1787 that created the United States Constitution. Bowen draws much of her information from notes and journals of the Framers, especially James Madison.




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