September 3, 1783
Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, John Jay, and representatives of King George III sign the Treaty of Paris, formally ending the Revolutionary War between Britain and the United States.
September 6, 1620
The Mayflower departs from England, carrying 102 passengers to the New World. On December 25, they arrive at Plymouth, MA.
September 11, 2001
The worst terrorist attack in U.S. history rocks the nation and the world. President George W. Bush honors the victims and heroes by declaring September 11 as Patriot Day.
September 17, 1787
At the Constitutional Convention, 12 states unanimously approve the U.S. Constitution. September 17 marks the beginning of Constitution Week in American schools.
September 26, 1960
John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon face off in the first-ever televised presidential debate. TV viewers and radio listeners are split over which candidate won.
September 28, 1066
The Norman Conquest begins as William, Duke of Normandy, lands in England. On October 14, he defeats English forces at the Battle of Hastings.
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- The U.S. Constitution
- The Declaration of Independence
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