REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE PETITION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE INDIANA TERRITORY, PRAYING TO BE ADMITTED INTO THE UNION UPON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH THE ORIGINAL STATES
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Washington: R.C. Weightman, 1812. 4pp. Self-wrappers. Stab holes in the left margin. Minor edge wear. Very good. The favorable report of the congressional committee which facilitated the admission of Indiana into the Union. Following a tumultuous decade of explosive population growth and bloody Indian wars, the Indiana territorial legislature under Gov. William Henry Harrison began petitioning for statehood. Indiana was finally admitted as the nineteenth state in 1816. OCLC 20102977, 20103997.