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    1845 Printing of the Texas Constitution on pages 225-237 of the Democratic Expositor and United States Journal for the Country (Vol. 1, no. 15, October 18, 1845). 8vo on a single uncut folded sheet containing the ink signature in the lower margin of page 225 of "Hon. J. R. Redding" of Haverhill, Massachusetts. Toned paper with slight discoloration to page 225. Some edges are chipped with minor tears. TSHA member donation. All proceeds, including Buyer's Premium will go to support TSHA.


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    Texas' new constitution was finished two months prior to this printing and given to the U.S. Congress on November 10, 1845, making this printed copy from the Democratic Expositor likely the earliest view the congressmen had of the constitution. Congress accepted Texas into the Union on December 29, 1845.



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