Answer: The below given calculated time and distance does not include time spent in traffic, effect of weather and other obstacles. The distance between these two places is 1445 miles. The above said location can be reached from the starting position in 23 hours 20 minutes.
Take I-97 NORTH from Annapolis to I-70 WEST via I-695 WEST to bypass BALTIMORE. (EXIT 17A off I-97 to get onto I-695 WEST ; EXIT 16A off I-695 to get onto I-70 WEST to FREDERICK.)
Take I-70 WEST across to I-76 PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE (toll road) in Breezewood, PENNSYLVANIA. FOLLOW SIGNS to I-76 PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE (toll road) WEST.
Take I-76 WEST on the PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE (toll road) to OHIO, where I-76 continues as the OHIO TURNPIKE (toll road). Continue on I-76 WEST on the OHIO TURNPIKE (toll road) to I-80 WEST to CLEVELAND.
Follow I-80 WEST all the way across to I-84 WEST to OGDEN at EXIT 130 in UTAH.
Take I-84 WEST across to I-5 NORTH to SEATTLE via I-205 NORTH (EXIT 9 off I-84 in OREGON) to bypass PORTLAND.
Answer: The Annapolis Convention resulted in a request for a larger convention where all states would send delegates authorized to examine broad issues. This led to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
Answer: There were two Annapolis conventions. The first occurred between 1774 and 1776, which served as a form of state government prior to the revolution. The second convention occurred in 1786, which was to discuss the constitution and its weaknesses after the revolution.
Answer: The Annapolis Convention began on September 11, 1786. The delegatesmet at the suggestion of James Madison to discuss some problemswith trade issues. The meeting highlighted some of the problemswith the weakness of the Articles of Confederation.