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These handwritten copies of two, slightly different, concurrent resolutions were passed by the House and the Senate of the Topeka Free-State Legislature, probably in 1858. They established the legitimacy of the state government under the Topeka Constitution, and "respectfully urge[d] the Territorial Legislature, now in session, at Lawrence, to take immediate steps for removing the present forms of a territorial government, so that the legitimate government of the people may become the only government in Kansas."

Creator: Free State Legislature
Date: no date

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Item Number: 673
Call Number: History. Legislature Resolutions and Journal #614
KSHS Identifier: TKO Doc. ID 100617

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