Original hand-written Constitution of the State of Utah. "This Constitution was deposited and filed in the Office of the Secretary of the Territory of Utah, at five minutes past two o'clock p.m. on the Eighth day of May A.D. 1895." [signed] Charles G. Richards, Secretary of Utah Territory. Done in Convention at Salt Lake City, in the Territory of Utah.
Work on the Utah Constitution was conducted at a Constitutional Convention held in Salt Lake City, Utah, beginning on March 4, 1895 and concluding on May 8, 1895. John Henry Smith served as President of the Convention, Parley Parker Christensen served as Secretary of the Convention. There were 105 signatories.
Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Smith, John Henry, (1948-1911); Christensen, Parley Parker, (1868-1954)
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