4 edition of Constitution of the state of Nevada, as amended up to and including November 6, 1906 found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled by W.G. Douglass|
|Contributions||Douglass, W. G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Constitution of the state of Nevada, as amended up to and including November 6, The Act of Congress Approved March Twenty First A.D. Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Four “To enable the People of the Territory of Nevada to form a Constitution and State Government and for the admission of such State into the Union on an equal footing with the Original States,” requires that the Members of the Convention for framing said.
Nevada: Constitution of the state of Nevada as amended up to and including Febru (Carson City, Nev., State Printing Office, Andrew Maute, superintendent, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Nevada: Constitution of the state of Nevada as amended up to and including November 6, Amendments.
Amended in,, and The first amendment was proposed and passed by the Legislature; agreed to and passed by the Legislature; and approved and ratified by the people at the General Election. [The Nevada constitution was framed by a convention of delegates chosen by the people.
The convention met at Carson City on July 4,and adjourned on July 28 of the same year. On the 1st Wednesday of Septemberthe constitution was approved by the vote of the people of the Territory of Nevada, and on OctoPresident. Nevada industrial insurance act, chapterStatutes ofas amended by chapterStatutes ofand chapterStatutes of 4/ 5 Constitution of the state of Nevada, as amended up to and including November 6, / /5(3).
Nevada became the 36th state on Octoafter telegraphing the Constitution of Nevada to the Congress days before the November 8 presidential election (the largest and costliest transmission ever by telegraph). Statehood was rushed to help ensure three electoral votes for Abraham Lincoln's reelection and add to the Republican congressional majorities.
Notice: The following is provided for informational purposes only. This compilation Constitution of the state of Nevada sections, shown in italics, from Mulford Winsor's Arizona's Way to Statehood (Phoenix, AZ: n.p., (reprint, Arizona Secretary of State, n.d.); AZDocs No.: SS S 71).
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