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INDIANA HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS The act of the Indiana General Assembly signed by Governor Ralston on March 8, 1915, creating the Indiana Historical Commission, assigned to that body as one of its duties to collect and publish documentary and other materials on the history of Indiana. The law provides that these volumes should be printed and bound at the expense of the State and be made available to the public. Copies are offered at practically the cost of producing the volumes, the proceeds to go into the State treasury for the use of the Historical Commission in producing other volumes. One copy is to be furnished at the expense of the Commission to each public library, College and Normal School in the State.

Two hundred copies are to be furnished to the Indiana State Library and two hundred copies to the Historical Survey of Indiana University, for purposes of exchange with other states for similar publications. Of the $25,000 appropriated to the Commission for Centennial purposes, $5,000 were permitted to be used for historical publications.

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INDIANA HISTORICAL COMMISSION

SAMUEL M. RALSTON, PRESIDENT
FRANK B. WYNN, VICE PRESIDENT
Harlow LINDLEY, SECRETARY
JAMES A. WOODBURN
CHARLES W. MOORES
SAMUEL M. FOSTER
John CAVANAUGH
CHARITY DYE
LEW M. O'BANNON

PUBLICATION COMMITTEE

James A. WOODBURN
CHARLES W. MOORES
HARLOW LINDLEY

FORT WAYNE PRINTING COMPANY CONTRACTORS FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING

1916

CONSTITUTION MAKING

IN INDIANA

A Source Book of Constitutional Documents
with Historical Introduction and

Critical Notes

BY
CHARLES KETTLEBOROUGH, PH.D.
Legislative Draftsman, Indiana Bureau of

Legislative Information

Volume I
1780-1851

PUBLISHED BY THE
INDIANA HISTORICAL COMMISSION

INDIANAPOLIS

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