|Statement||edited with introduction and notes by Arthur Charles Cole|
|Series||Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 14. -- Constitutional series -- v. 2, Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 14., Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 2.|
|Contributions||Cole, Arthur Charles, 1886-1976, Illinois. (1847)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 1018 p.,  folded feaf ;|
|Number of Pages||1018|
|LC Control Number||20021984|
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