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In the weeks following the close of the Wyandotte Constitutional Convention, John A. Martin, the convention's secretary, and James M. Winchell, president of the convention, were occupied with the campaign for its ratification. This letter from Martin, dated Atchison, September 7, 1859, addressed some of the steps that had been and should be taken in the document's behalf during the bitter, partisan campaign leading up to the October 4, 1859, referendum.

Date: September 7, 1859

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Item Number: 1297
Call Number: History Constitutions, Wyandotte Correspondence No. 570
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 1297

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