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The one hundredth anniversary of the first meeting of the General assembly, under the present constitution and the second general legislative reunion : The Capitol, Hartford, Wednesday, May 7, 1919

Connecticut General assembly centenary 1919
compiled by William Harrison Taylor, secretary of the Centennial committee
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2015

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Digital images of original published: Hartford, Connecticut : Case Lockwood & Brainard, 1919. 188 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

At head of title: State of Connecticut.

Binder's title: Connecticut General assembly centenary 1919.

Centennial committee: Senators, Albert H. House, Senate chairman Harvey P. Bissell, Charles C. Hemenway; representatives, Samuel A. Davis, House chairman, Frank H. Barnes, clerk, William H. Hall, Robert O. Eaton, Fayette L. Wright, Charles H. Alvord, John C. Geary, Martin L. Caine.

Introduction by George S. Godard, state librarian.

"Connecticut towns in the order of their establishment since 1819; with the origin of their names": p. 177-178.

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