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"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."
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