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Cannon & Holden (fl. 1865) Executive documents. Convention. Session 1865. Constitution of North-Carolina, with amendments, and ordinances and resolutions passed by the convention session, 1865.

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC01973 Author/Creator: Cannon & Holden (fl. 1865) Place Written: Raleigh, North Carolina Type: Book Date: 1865 Pagination: 226 p. ; 22.5 x 14.5 cm.

Summary of Content: Prints reconstruction constitution of North Carolina. Index includes: Messages of Provisional Governor Holden to the convention, Report of public treasurer to the convention, Report of superintendent of insane asylum, Report of superintendent of the deaf and dumb and blind asylum, Constitution of the state of North Carolina, with amendments, Ordinances and resolutions passed by the convention session, 1865. Printed by Cannon & Holden, Raleigh, North Carolina. Clipping pasted inside front cover about the proposed 14th amendment to the United States Constitution.

People: Holden, William Woods, 1818-1892
Cannon & Holden, fl. 1865

Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: LawState ConstitutionLawGovernment and CivicsReconstructionMental HealthHealth and MedicalFinanceEconomicsAfrican American HistoryUS ConstitutionUS Constitutional AmendmentCivil Rights

Sub Era: Reconstruction

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