Carroll, Daniel (1730–1796)
CARROLL, DANIEL (1730–1796)
Daniel Carroll, a wealthy, European-educated Roman Catholic from Maryland, was a signer of both the articles of confederation and the Constitution. Carroll, who favored a strong national government, spoke often and served on three committees. He was subsequently elected to the first house of representatives.
Dennis J. Mahoney
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