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Constitution and by-laws of the Woman"s branch of the New Jersey historical society.

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Published by Dawes & Yard, printers in Newark, N.J .
Written in English

Book details:

LC ClassificationsF131 .N69
The Physical Object
Pagination15 p.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17938576M
LC Control Number08031339

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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE BUTTON SOCIETY. CONSTITUTION. ARTICLE I: Name. Section 1. The object of this organization shall be to encourages and promote interest in collecting buttons for educational and historical purposes, for personal enjoyment and to preserve for future generations all that is beautiful and historical in buttons.   Second New Jersey constitution limits voting to "free, white males. Lucy Stone refuses to pay her property taxes in Orange, N.J. claiming "taxation without representation" New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association founded by Lucy Stone: Lucy Stone published pamphlet, Reasons Why the Women of New Jersey Should : Deborah Mercer. New Jersey Historical Society, - New Jersey 0 Reviews Issues for Oct. and Oct. contain sections of a serial article by John C. Honeyman on the history of Zion, St. Paul and other early Lutheran churches in New Jersey. Get this book in print. Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume 9 aforesaid aged agreed appears appointed authority Bergen Blauvelt born branch brown called Charles Church City committee common Congregational Cornelius County Crips crossed daughter died division early elected Elizabeth England father fence five four.

Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society by New Jersey Historical Society. Publication date Topics New Jersey Historical Society, genealogy Publisher This is a photocopied book. Photocopy lines and markings appear in the scanning. Some pages photocopied and bound into the book crooked. Page numbering irregular. An abridgement of the revised statutes of New Jersey: and of the amended constitution by A. V. D. Honeyman via HathiTrust (Second Copy) and Google: Supplement to the Revision of the statutes of New Jersey () via HathiTrust: General Statutes of New Jersey (Volume 1) (Includes Luce’s Table of Statutes). Due to the state of emergency concerning the Coronavirus (COVID), the New Jersey Historical Society will be closed until further notice. NJHS is taking every precaution necessary to protect the safety of our visitors, staff and community as we adhere to the recommendations put forth by the CDC. The Constitution of the State of New Jersey is the basic governing document of the State of New addition to three British Royal Charters issued for East Jersey, West Jersey and united New Jersey while they were still colonies, the state has been governed by three constitutions. The first was issued on July 2, , shortly before New Jersey ratified the United States Declaration of.

Street Address: W. State St. Trenton, NJ Mailing Address: P.O. Box Trenton, NJ Phone: () Fax: () New Jersey Historical Society, New Jersey -- History Periodicals, New Jersey -- Biography Periodicals, New Jersey -- Genealogy Periodicals Publisher [Edison, N.J., etc., New Jersey Historical Society, etc.] Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English Volume 4. State Constitution. On 2 July , New Jersey became the fourth American colony to adopt a constitution declaring independence from Great Britain. It was composed in five days and although the delegates considered it a temporary charter, it remained New Jersey's state constitution for . Introduction: The papers of Mary Philbrook span the years to and total linear feet. The collection was processed as part of a National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant project () to arrange, describe and catalogue the New Jersey Historical Society s health care and social welfare-related collections.