Proclamations; Constitutions; Constitutional conventions; Political elections;
A proclamation by Governor George L. Shoup lauding the writing of a State Constitution and encouraging the counties to vote for the document, "which must inevitably give new life to our development and rapidly advance the material interest of our...
Proclamations; Governors; Militias; Military officers; Military mobilizations; War; Indigenous peoples;
Executive Department, General Order No. 1., issued 6-19-1877 to organize Companies and Regiments of volunteers to restore peace in the Territory. Governor Brayman, Commander in Chief. E. J. Curtis, Secretary and Adjutant-General.