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Proceedings of a reunion of the survivors of the Constitutional convention of 1890.

Proceedings of a reunion of the survivors of the Constitutional convention of 1890.

On the thirty-seventh anniversary of the adoption of the constitution. Held in the Senate chamber of the new capitol at Jackson, Mississippi, November 1, 1927.

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Published by Premier printing co. in [Jackson, Miss .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mississippi. -- Constitutional Convention

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith notes and comments by Edgar S. Wilson, secretary
    ContributionsWilson, Edgar S., 1858-, Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14820601M
    LC Control Number28027208

    The Aftermath of War. When the armies of the Union and of the Confederacy were disbanded in , two matters had been settled beyond further dispute: the negro was to be free, and the Union was to be perpetuated. But though slavery and state sovereignty were no longer at issue, there were still many problems which pressed for solution. During his exile he became a Freemason in in France. He was elected to the diet in , becoming its vice-president in He was first constitutional prime minister in , foreign minister in , and plenipotentiary at Congress of Berlin in d. Feb. 18, Christopher Karl Andre Austrian cleric.

    THE THIRD DAY. Chapter I—The Scientific Approach To The Miraculous. Sir William Ramsay was a convinced anti-miraculist when he began his great career as an archaeologist in Asia Minor, but unlike most anti-miraculists his mind was not closed to . Papers, Visitor’s register to the real estate office of McKenzie and Holmes, letter book containing business correspondence dealing with the Bismarck Water Works, sale of Northern Pacific Railroad property, state and local politics, and a naturalization certificate. ft/1r#) Dana Monroe Wright Papers,

    For a number of years the author of this work has been greatly interested in study of the History of Virginia, his native State. The deeper he has delved into the records of the Colonial period, the more has he been impressed with the dearth of material, dealing with many important events and characters, found available to the general reading public. Nixon is first lawyer on The Committee and is noteworthy for raising the level of "respectability" of the Committee's proceedings. Government McCarthy Era: Criticized for loose scrutiny of federal employees, President Truman () initiates a loyalty program for civil servants -- the Federal Loyalty Board Program.


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