The Maryland constitution of 1864

by William Starr Myers

Publisher: Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore

Written in English
Cover of: The Maryland constitution of 1864 | William Starr Myers
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Places:

  • Maryland.

Subjects:

  • Constitutional history -- Maryland

Edition Notes

Statementby William Starr Myers.
SeriesDiplomatic and constitutional history,, no. 8-9, Johns Hopkins University. Studies in historical and political science,, ser. 19, no., 8-9, Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science ;, ser. 19, no., 8-9.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsH31 .J6
The Physical Object
Pagination98 p.
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6906570M
LC Control Number01015035
OCLC/WorldCa1881076

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Manufacturer: Johns Hopkins Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Myers, William Starr, Maryland constitution of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, (OCoLC) The Maryland constitution of by William Starr Myers; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Constitutional history, Accessible book; Places: Maryland.

In its history, Maryland has had four constitutions. Each was adopted by a constitutional convention that was, at least in some regard, not permitted under the previous form of government.

The first Maryland Constitution was adopted in by a self-proclaimed convention that was also the de facto government of the state.

The second constitution was adopted in Reviews: 1. Election Returns, Maryland Constitution ofVol, pg William Starr Meyers. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and.

Political Science MARYLAND STATE ARCHIVES (Archives of Maryland Online). This return includes the tally of Union soldiers whose 2, votes for the Constitution was the deciding factor in abolishing slavery in Maryland.

Maryland sent nea men off to war in between andmany of whom fought for the Union. Of the nea votes that were ultimately cast for the Constitution, roughly 3, were absentee ballots from soldiers in the field.

Of that number, 2, were in favor if its passage, and only were against.