Constitution Picture Scavenger Hunt By: Your Name Here What month were presidential inaugurations held before the 20th amendment, Provide a picture of a calendar from that month. Place where the highest person(s) in Article I work Place where the highest person(s) in Article II work Place where the highest person(s) in Article III work Article 1 section 3 #6 – Pictures of all Presidents who have been guilty of this Picture of the Calendar month presidential inaugurations are held after the 20th amendment. A form required because of the 16th amendment. A picture of the woman who was arrested in November 1872 for voting and associated with the 19th amendment Cash in a single bill equal to the amount the 7th Amendment lists as a monetary figure above which the right to trial by jury shall be preserved. A photo of a license for something that the 2nd amendment deals with. A map of the state where the constitution was signed. Picture of a vice president who became president because of the 25th Amendment. (Only President not to be elected) A business card or ad for a professional mentioned in the 6th amendment. Picture of our (JC) representative (s) who would have voted for President if there was not a majority. Picture of our (JC) representative(s) who would have voted for Vice -President if there was not a majority. Currency with the face of each of the two US presidents who signed the constitution on them. A picture of the building where the original constitution is now stored. Any coin dated the same year as the U.S. constitution's bicentennial. Picture of the current tie breaking voter in the Senate Picture(s) of signers of the Constitution who later became Presidents of the US. 5 items, each representing a different one of the 5 freedoms included in the first amendment. Be creative with your ideas of items to bring back.