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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 4 2 2 Browse Search
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...Sept. 25, 1867 Forty-one out of forty-six delegates elected to constitutional convention at Tallahassee; organize, but disagree as to the eligibility of four of their number......Jan. 20, 1868 Fifteen members of the constitutional convention decide not to attend the meetings......Feb. 1, 1868 D. Richards, president of convention, announces for twenty or twenty-two delegates that they, a legal quorum, have framed and adopted a constitution ignoring the constitution of 1865......Feb. 6, 1868 Fifteen members meet at Tallahassee and elect Horatio Jenkins president......Feb. 8, 1868 General Meade calls the delegates together, and Colonel Sprague acting as chairman, Richards and Jenkins resign, and Jenkins is appointed president of the convention......Feb. 18, 1868 State constitution adopted; eight delegates sign under protest, nine refuse......Feb. 25, 1868 New constitution ratified by the people......May, 1868 Legislature meets and adopts the Fourteenth Amendment