The Vermont Constitution was far reaching - the first to prohibit slavery, establish universal voting rights for all males, and to authorize a public school system. The Constitution guided the Republic for 14 years until 1791, when Vermont was admitted to the Union as the 14th state. Visit the historic site where this constitution was crafted in downtown Windsor, VT.
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