This volume includes an analytical index prepared by Quentin Shipley Smith examining the constitution section-by-section, with references to the Journal (organized chronologically) and citations to contemporary newspaper articles and later secondary sources about the constitution.
- Front matter (title page, Prefaces to the 1999 Reprint, Publisher's Acknowledgements, Foreword, Editorial Guide, Table of Contents)
- Journal, July 4-11 (pp. 1-63)
- Journal, July 12-16 (pp. 63-112)
- Journal, July 18-24 (pp. 113-48)
- Journal, July 25-31 (pp. 149-202)
- Journal, Aug. 1-6 (pp. 202-72)
- Journal, Aug. 7-10 (pp. 272-335)
- Journal, Aug. 11-17 (pp. 335-95)
- Journal, Aug. 19-22 (pp. 395-464)
- Biographical Sketch of Delegates (pp. 465-90)
- Analytical Index, Preamble, Articles I-II (pp. 491-557)
- Analytical Index, Articles III-IV (pp. 559-629)
- Analytical Index, Articles V-VIII (pp. 631-84)
- Analytical Index, Articles IX-XI (pp. 685-732)
- Analytical Index, Articles XII-XV (pp. 733-92)
- Analytical Index, Articles XVI-XXII (pp. 793-842)
- Analytical Index, Articles XXIII-XXVIII (pp. 843-885)
- Topical Index and Bibliography (pp. 889-931)
Ronald K. L. Collins
[This publication includes] an examination of selected individual rights guarantees found in state bills or declarations of rights. (This is not to suggest that other constitutional provisions do not play an important role in protecting rights.) Where feasible, the American origin or history of a guarantee is noted. To the extent practical, the guarantees are classified under specific headings. Nevertheless, some .of the provisions thus organized defy basic classification. The reader is therefore urged to consult the alphabetical footnotes accompanying various guarantees.
James Leonard Fitts
Chapters cover Prologue, Framework of Government, the Framework of County Government, Pertaining to the Ballot, the Corporation Article, a Busy Week, Lands and Waters, and an Epilogue. Includes an appendix and bibliography. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of Master of Arts at the University of Washington.
Wilfred J. Airey
Chapters cover Washington Becomes a Territory, The Federal Government and the Territory, the Revised Statutes--A Revolution in Territorial Policy, the Departments of the Territorial Government, the Territorial Legislature, the Territorial Judiciary, Martial Law in Washington Territory, the Convention and Constitution of 1878, and the Convention and Constitution of 1889. Includes a bibliography. A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Washington.
John D. Hicks
Covers subjects such as the statehood movement; constitutional conventions; the organization of state governments; education and state lands; banks, corporations, and trusts; labor and social legislation; taxation; suffrage and other miscellaneous topics; and admission to the Union. Includes a bibliography. A study in partial fulfillment for a degree of doctor of philosophy at the University of Wisconsin (1916) and reprinted in University Studies, January-April 1923.
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