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The journal of the Senate of the state of Indiana, at their first session at Corydon
Indiana. General Assembly. Senate.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 41136.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
Ten Fabulous Reasons to Visit Corydon, Indiana. Indiana has reached a milestone in as it attains its th birthday. Corydon, Indiana served as the first capital of the Hoosier State from until , when it moved to the new city of : Paul Wonning. The Corydon State Historic Site is Indiana’s first state capitol. Visit the federal-style limestone building that was built between to and served as the state capitol from to Tours also include Governor Hendricks’ Headquarters, a two-story federal style brick house built in which also served as Governor Hendricks.
Journal of the Senate of the State of Indiana; Being the Twelfth Session of the General Assemblyy; Begun and Held at Indianapolis, in Said State, on Monday the Third Day of December, Indianapolis: Smith and Bolton, Journal of the Senate of the State of Ohio, for the Regular Session of the Thirty-Fifth General Assembly. This is a real invitation for you and everyone else from Indiana to participate in a special bicentennial program called Birth of a State: The Indiana Exhibit. It takes place June , , at the First State Office Building, N. Mulberry St. in Corydon. Exhibition hours are 10 a.m p.m. Tuesday- Saturdays and p.m. on Sundays.
Journal of the Convention of the Indiana Territory - complete text. BEGUN and held at the town of Corydon, in the county of Harrison, and territory aforesaid, on the second Monday in June, being the tenth day thereof, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, and of the Independence of the United States, the fortieth; being the time and place appointed for the . Corydon Capitol State Historic Site: Hours, Address, Corydon Capitol State Historic Site Reviews: /5 stop by for a tour of the original Indiana State Capitol building and the governor's house. The tour was informative and gave a nice glimpse into the founding of the state of Indiana. Corydon was the first state capital of Indiana and /5().
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Journal of the Indiana State Senate During the Session of the General Indiana. General Assembly. Senate Full view - Journal of the Senate of the State of Indiana at their session. (Corydon: State Printer, ), by Indiana Senate (page images at HathiTrust) House journal of the Legislative Assembly of Kansas Territory, for the year.
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Indiana, being the fifth session of the General Assembly, begun and held at Corydon, on Monday the 27th November, Item Preview Pages of this book are heavily stained and discolored. Pages change colors throughout the book.
Journal of the Indiana State Senate is the legislative journal of the Senate in Indiana. Publication History. Indiana became a state in Its legislature meets to this day. Persistent Archives of Complete Issues. Google Books has the Senate journals for the 24th session, which convened December Google Books has the.
Corydon is a town in Harrison Township, Harrison County, d north of the Ohio River in the extreme southern part of the U.S. state of Indiana, it is the seat of government for Harrison n was founded in and served as the capital of the Indiana Territory from to It was the site of Indiana's first constitutional convention, which was held County: Harrison.
Welcome to the First Regular Session of the th Indiana General Assembly. Bowker's State Publications: a provisional list of the official publications of the several states of the United States from their a. [About this page: Because of the fragile nature of the text and the small font, it was re-keyed by the staff of the ET2 Government Information at the IUB Wells Library.
[Journal of the Legislative Council, at the first session of the fourth General Assembly of the Mississippi Territory] Published: () Journal of the Senate, of the state of Indiana, being the fourth session of the General Assembly, begun and held at Corydon, in said state, on Monday the sixth day of December Journal of the Senate of the State of Indiana, during the session of the General Assembly (current, incomplete) Research Tip: Search a library catalog (IUCAT or WorldCat) using LEGISLATIVE JOURNALS--[name of state] as a subject search.
Indiana University Mauer School of Law Library and Indiana State Library Indiana's first constitution was ratified on Jand later that year on August 5, the first General Assembly was elected. Convening in a three-room statehouse located in Corydon, it consisted of ten senators and twenty-nine representatives.
History of the Library. The first official mention of a state library for Indiana is made in the Journal of the Constitutional Convention, when on Jthe following resolution was adopted: "That it be recommended to the general assembly of the state of Indiana, to appropriate the money voluntarily given by the citizens of Harrison county to the state, to the purchase of.
Corydon Capitol State Historic Site commemorates Indiana’s first state capital and follows the development of Indiana from a territory to a state. Vincennes, the first territorial capital, was left on Indiana’s western edge when the Illinois Territory was created, and inthe capital was moved to Corydon, a more central location for.
Indiana was admitted as the 19th state to the United States of America on Decem As of Februarya total of 50 individuals have represented Indiana in the U.S. Senate. The current members of the U.S.
Senate from Indiana are: The following individuals were elected to the U.S. Senate from Indiana. The Indiana Senate is the upper house of the Indiana General Assembly, the state legislature of the U.S.
state of Senate is composed of 50 members representing an equal number of constituent districts. Senators serve four-year terms without term ing to the census, the average State Senator representspeople.
The Senate convenes at the Lieutenant Governor: Suzanne Crouch (R). Except as provided in ICaudio or video coverage, including closed captioned text, does not constitute legislative history or an expression of the legislative intent, purpose, or meaning of an act enacted or a resolution adopted by the General Assembly.
Laws of the State of Indiana, Passed and Published, at the Session of the General Assembly. History of Corydon the First Capital Corydon was the first capital of Indiana, The old State House of solid stone is still standing and is now used as the court house, brick buildings having been added for the convenience of the county officers.
He was a door-keeper of the last State Senate, and on the adjournment of that body, the. The United States Senate election in Indiana took place on November 6,along with other elections to the United States Senate and House of Representatives and various state and local elections.
Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly sought reelection to a second term, facing Republican businessman and former state representative Mike Braun and Turnout: %. Corydon, Indiana is a small town approximately 30 miles west of Louisville that is best known for being Indiana’s first state capital.
The Corydon Group, LLC was named after the small town because the town and the firm are both unique to Indiana.The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections.
Therefore, it does not license or charge permission fees for use of such material and cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material.See also: List of Indiana ballot measures and Harrison County, Indiana ballot measures.
To view a list of statewide measures in Indiana, click here. To view a list of local ballot measures in Harrison County, Indiana, click here. Recent news. The link below is to the most recent stories in a Google news search for the terms Corydon Indiana.