James Bell Tavern

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You will get 1 Pen sized blank and 1 COA. TheĀ building formally known as the James Bell Tavern was built in 1780, and hosted the Stony Ridge Convention in 1788. At the Convention, Anti-Federalists opposed to the U.S. Constitution laid the groundwork for the Bill of Rights, according to news site.

It was at the tavern on July 3, 1788, with pending ratification of the new federal constitution at hand, that a band of Cumberland Countians led by Robert Whitehall, Benjamin Blythe and others declared the need for changes in the document before they could accept it.

 

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