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Updated: 1/8/2020
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  • Early Life
  • I Was part of a fairly wealthy family when I was at my younger ages in my life.
  • Times in the Revoulutionary War
  • During the Revolutionary War, I had a very high impact, working in France.
  • The Signing of the Constitution
  • I was specifically the person who drafted, and wrote the final draft of the Constitution.
  • Why yes you did.
  • He attended King's College what is nw known as Columbia College and University in New York City, graduating in 1768 at the age of 16. He was educated by private tutors and at a Huguenot school in New Rochelle.
  • Early Life
  • OW! My leg!
  • Morris was appointed a minister to France in 1792, and he openly disapproved of the French Revolution and sought to aid King Louis XVI in fleeing the country. His hostility led the French Revolutionary government to request his recall in 1794. After a brief term in the U.S. Senate (1800–03), he ended his public career.
  • Times in the Revolutionry War
  • Yes we are!
  • He was one of the leading figures of the Constitutional Convention people because he was someone who gave speeches and was a strong advocate of nationalism and aristocratic rule(a form of government that places strength in the hands of a small, privileged ruling class).
  • The Signing of the Constitution
  • Thank you very much!
  • He also lost a leg in a carriage accident.
  • Unsympathetic to the forces of republicanism, he allied himself with the extreme Federalists, who hoped to create a northern confederation during the War of 1812. From 1810 he was chairman of the commission in charge of the construction of the Erie Canal.
  • We are now allies.
  • He served many committees, including those on postponed matters and style, and stood in the thick of the decisionmaking process.
  • Woo Hoo! Yeah!
  • He's Great!
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