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Journal of the Constitutional Convention of Connecticut, 1902. Articles of agreement between the English in Connecticutt and the Indian Sachems Journal of the proceedings of the convention of delegates : convened at Hartford, August 26th, 1818, for the purpose of forming a constitution of civil government for the people of the state of Connecticut Warwick patent copy by John Talcott, circa 1662-1679 Proceedings : July 1st, 1965 to October 28th, 1965 / The Third Constitutional Convention of the State of Connecticut. Part 1

Connecticut, the ''Constitution State,'' has a rich history of written governmental and civil documents that helped bind and create first a British colony, and later one of the original thirteen United States of America. The Founding Documents collection focuses on the historic documents that helped guide and frame what Connecticut became both governmentally and geographically.


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