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1895, Constitutional Convention journal
Journal of the Constitutional Convention of South Carolina, held in Columbia from September 10 to December 4, 1895. In the opening day's speech, the
temporary chair, Robert Aldrich discussed past conventions, referring to the 1868 constitution as "notoriously unconstitutional," and thus "invalid,"
as it was made by "aliens, [N}egroes, and natives without character." The convention then proceeded to make changes as the members thought
appropriate. The second of the two volumes contained an index and other tables. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of
Congress).
Title:   Journal of the Constitutional Convention of the state of South Carolina : begun to be holden at Columbia, S.C., on Tuesday, the tenth day of September, anno Domini eighteen hundred and ninety-five, and continued with divers adjournments until Wednesday, the fourth day of December, anno Domini eighteen hundred and ninety-five, when finally adjourned.
OCLC Number:   684832073
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
Vol.1YesNo
IndexYesNo