State Publications; Western States and Territories. 1905 Volume 3

State Publications; Western States and Territories. 1905 Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... in appendix a Record of Brands and Marks, paged continuously in 1878 and separately Ln 1880, 83. See hack under Anditor. WYOMING STATE PUBLICATIONS List compiled from material furnished hy C. O. Contant, State Lihrarian, and hy J/ ee Grace Raymond flehard, Lihrarian afthe University of Wyoming; and from the collection o documentein the New iork Puhlic Lihrary. All docnmentsin this list puhlished at the cap1tol, Cheyenne, uniess otherwise noted. Wyoming was made up of p renle of territory originally inclnded lu the Louisiana purchase, the Oregon country, the Texan annexation, and the first Mexican cewlon. Fragments of these parcels were transferred and retransferred to and from many of the older Territories so often that parts of Wyoming were at different times parts of the District of Louisiana, Territory of Louisiana, Terrilory of Missouri, the lndian t, 'ountry, the State of Texas, and the Ter. ritories of Nehraska, Dakota, ldaho, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Dakota again. Minute detalle are given in Walker's "8ta. tistical Allas of the United States... compiled under authority of Congress 1874." Territory of Wyoming organized 1868. Ad. milted as a State, July 11, 1880. Puhlic Documents. Note. "Under the present laws no appropriation or pro. vision is made for the printing of any reports excepting those of the Treasurer and Anditor." (From Uovernor s message, Jan. 1908.) Constltutlon And Constltutlonal Conventlon. Convention, 1889. Journals and dehates of the con-vention at Cheyenne, Sept. 2-30, 1889. '93. 8. 864, 60, 15 (1) p. Note. Constitution of 1889 appended. Constitution of the proposed State of Wyoming adopted in convention at Cheyenne, Sept. 30, 1889; also an address to the people. '89. 8. 60 p. The...show more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123664476X
  • 9781236644763