Origin of the Constitution of the State of Washington
|Title||Origin of the Constitution of the State of Washington|
|Author||Knapp, Lebbeus J.|
|Contents||"Prepared as a thesis for the Master of Arts degree in the University of Washington. The debates and proceedings of the convention were never published. Mr. Knapp gleaned information from survivors of the convention and newspapers of that day."|
Seattle, Wash. : Washington University State Historical Society, 
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- Counties, Cities, and Towns - DJVU | PDF
- Public Lands - DJVU | PDF
- Legislature, Scope of the Subject - DJVU | PDF
- Shall the Constitution Recognize Deity? - DJVU | PDF
- Township and County Subsidies - DJVU | PDF
- Bibliography - DJVU | PDF
- Notes on the Constitutional Convention - DJVU | PDF
- The Constitution of the State and its Effects upon Public Interests - DJVU | PDF
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