Journal of the convention of the people of the state of Indiana, to amend the constitution. Assembled at Indianapolis, October, 1850. by Indiana. Constitutional Convention

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StatementIndianapolis, A. H. Brown, printer to convention. 1851.
SeriesIndiana historical collections reprint for Indiana Historical Bureau
The Physical Object
Pagination1085 p.
Number of Pages1085
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Open LibraryOL18504352M

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