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1861-62, Ordinances of the State Convention
Ordinances passes at the various session of the Missouri State convention held in 1861 and 1862. Of note, the convention opposed the pro-secession
state government, and stayed in the Union. During the October 1861 session, many state offices were abolished; salaries of state employees were cut by
20 percent and planned state election were postponed to August 1862. Provisions for pro-Union state militia were made and a loyalty oath requirement
was implemented for all state officials. However, this convention did not result in a new Missouri constitution. (Digitized from a microfilm copy
of titles originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   Ordinances passed at the various sessions of the Missouri State Convention, 1861 & 1862.
OCLC Number:   681268126
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