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I am a senior majoring in political science and minoring in constitutional studies. I am on the NEH team, working on the Wyoming and Idaho conventions. Working at the Center and on Quill has let me work in my own way. My schedule is flexible, they let me prioritize my classes, and I work with the best people.


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Description: An amendment to the Constitution of the United States that granted citizenship and equal rights, both civil and legal, to Black Americans, including those who had been emancipated by the thirteenth amendment.

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Description: The Wyoming Constitution Convention began September 2, 1889 without the authorization from an enabling act. The articles were individually voted on, creating the final Constitution of Wyoming on September 30, 1889. It was later ratified on November 5, 1889.

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Description: Washington's first constitutional convention met between July and August 1889 to draft the state's foundational text.

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Description: Following the rejected 'Sioux Falls' Convention of 1885, the South Dakota Convention met and began the drafting process in July of 1889. They used the articles of the Sioux Falls Convention as starting propositions to begin the amendment process. The South Dakota Constitution was ratified in October 1889.

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Description: The Dakotas Joint Committee for the Division of Property began on July 16, 1889 and dissolved on July 31, 1889. It allowed for delegates from both the North and South Conventions to meet in Bismarck and negotiate the splitting of the Territory of Dakota.

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Description: The Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of North Dakota from July to August of 1889.

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