By 1777, Oliver was Connecticut’s state attorney for Hartford County, further establishing his name as a successful lawyer and public figure. During the Revolution, Oliver Ellsworth was frequently involved in delegations to create a new nation. He represented Connecticut at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and made his presence known as a significant mediator to the sometimes stressful and chaotic debates. Arguably his biggest accomplishment at the convention was his work with the Great ...
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