Museum officials say George Washington gave a copy to all 13
states after the Bill of Rights was ratified in 1792, and only four
are believed to still be around.
North Carolina's copy was stolen in 1865 and is believed to have
been carried north by a Union soldier.
In 2005, the FBI conducted an investigation and recovered the
document in Philadelphia.
Tennessee Committee for the Bill of Rights member June Griffin
presented the copy to the museum Friday.
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