Constitution for the State of Arizona as adopted by the Constitutional Convention, Friday, October 2nd, 1891. And address to the people of the territory.

Constitution for the State of Arizona as adopted by the Constitutional Convention, Friday, October 2nd, 1891. And address to the people of the territory.

Phoenix: Herald Book & Job Print, 1891. First edition, 8vo, pp. 28; orig. green printed wrappers; about fine. With a contemporary presentation in an unidentified hand at the top of the front wrapper: "To the Hon. Ralph Carunn, Flagstaff, Arizona." This document was rejected by Congress in 1891, and expressed the original intent of the inhabitants of the territory. In 1910, a second Arizona Constitutional Convention wrote the current constitution without the benefit of having a copy of the original one from 1891. Arizona was finally admitted into the Union in 1912. Not in Howes or Graff; 6 copies only in OCLC. Item #26085

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