1 edition of House journal of the first session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana found in the catalog.
House journal of the first session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana
Montana. Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives
|Other titles||House journal--regular session|
|LC Classifications||J87.M9 1864/65c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. ;|
Title Montana Territorial Legislative Assembly (1st: ) records Dates (inclusive) Quantity 1 linear feet of shelf space Collection Number LR-Terr 1 Summary Collection contains records of the Montana Territorial Legislative Assembly () including the original manuscripts of the House journal; and House and Council. Journals of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Utah, of the fourteenth annual session for the years (Book) 1 edition published in in English .
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"In transcribing this journal from the handwritten copy certain grammatical and spelling changes were made for uniformity." Continued by: Montana. Legislative Assembly.
House of Representatives. House journal, second session, Montana LegislaturePages: Full text of "House journal of the session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana" See other formats. House Journal of the Session of the Legislative Assembly ofVolume 10 Volume 10 Montana.
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Published by authority." Includes extraordinary, special, and joint sessions. Other Titles: House journal of the session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana House journal of the session of the Legislative Assembly of the state.
Continues in part: Utah. Legislative Assembly. Journals of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, of the annual session, for the years.
Continued by: Utah. Legislature. House of Representatives. House journal of the session of the Legislature of the State of Utah mod “On Monday noon, the two houses of the Legislative Assembly convened,” and the fireworks began immediately.
No, this is not about the session in Helena. It’s a look back at Montana’s very first territorial legislature, which convened in Bannack on Decem According to the “special correspondent” for the Montana Post (the Territory’s only newspaper at the time.
Journal of the House of Representatives at the first session of the fourth General Assembly of the state of Tennessee  Published: () House journal of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Nebraska. The Organic Act created Montana Territory and provided a basic government structure for the new territory, including a territorial governor, secretary and three judges appointed by the president of the United States, and a territorial legislature and non-voting representative to the U.S.
House of Representatives elected by eligible voters in the territory. Includes extraordinary sessions Journal for the 1st sess., /90 not printed.
National Association of State Libraries. Checklist of legislative journals 13 14 19 35 71 MONTANA MONTANA 23RD - EXTRAORDINARY SESSION NB-MSLALL, NB-MSLLEG.
Contact Information. General Legislative Questions: Technical Questions (i.e. website, streaming): Historical coats of arms of the U.S. states date back to the admission of the first states to the e the widely accepted practice of determining early statehood from the date of ratification of the United States Constitution, many of the original colonies referred to themselves as states shortly after the Declaration of Independence was signed on 4 July House journal of the session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Montana Territory.
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General Assembly. House of Representatives. Journal of the House of Representatives of the regular session of the General Assembly of the State of.Established in as the Montana Legislative Council, LSD was originally created by the Legislature as the first permanent legislative agency to provide information to legislators and the public and to study selected problems confronting the Legislature in the interims between biennial sessions.