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Grand Comm. Proceedings, 1782
October 16-19, 1781 Proceedings of the Grand Committee of the Vermont legislature which was held in Charlestown. The proceedings resulted in a
proposal to the U.S. Congress that Vermont become a independent state with the U.S., with boundaries west of the Connecticut River. Of note, this was a
requirement for the state to join the Union. Also included was a message to the public from William Page which objected to not allowing the towns on
the East side of the river from remaining in Vermont. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the New Hampshire State Library).
Title:   Proceedings of grand committee of the legislature of the state of Vermont, at Charlestown, from the 16th to the 19th of October 1781. ... : the governor and council having joined the General Assembly in a committee of the whole, to take into consideration the report of the hon'ble Jonas Fay, Ira Allen, and Bezaleel Woodward, Esquires, who were appointed by the legislature ... to repair to the American Congress, with powers to propose to, and receive from them, terms for a union of this, with the United States, &c.
OCLC Number:   62822127
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