Proceedings and Debates of the Convention Assembled to Adopt a Constitution for the State of Utah
People: 122, Procedures: 1887, Documents: 650, Decisions: 3431 View more »
The 2020 edition of this text is a conversion of the previous 2018-9 edition to new technology. Some further refinements will be made to this edition.
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This view shows a summary of the topic keywords associated with events during this negotiation, and
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Cite as: Danielle Maddox, Christopher Vizcardo, Samuel Corry, Erica Croft, John Cummings, Ashton Earl, Edward Goebel, Antony Jackson, Mary Nelson, Matt Rands, Carl Scott, Mark Wait, Utah State Constitutional Convention 1895 (2020 Edition), Quill Project at Pembroke College (Oxford, 2019-2020).