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The government of Indiana. Lindley, Harlow, b. 1875. 
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THE GOVERNMENT OF
INDIANA

BY

HARLOW LINDLEY


PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
EARLHAM COLLEGE, RICHMOND, INDIANA

GINN AND COMPANY
BOSTON * NEW YORK * CHICAGO * LONDON

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COPYRIGHT, 1909
BY HARLOW LINDLEY

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
99.II

The Athenæum Press

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GINN AND COMPANY
PROPRIETORS * BOSTON * U.S.A.

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PREFACE

It has been the purpose of the author to outline the practical facts relating to our state and local government so as to give the student an accurate idea of them.

The author has had in mind the fact that a large per cent of the future citizens of our state will have no opportunity to learn of their government while attending school, except that which is offered in connection with their work in elementary civics.

Because of oft-occurring changes in our laws by legislative process, it has been the aim to omit many details, which can be supplemented by the intelligent teacher, and the work thus be kept constantly up to date.

This supplement is published in connection with, and becomes a part of, Boynton's "School Civics," to which frequent reference is made. These references should be looked up, as they form a part of the text.

In connection with the study of the text-book discussion, the student is urged to make direct reference to the constitution of the state, which is included at the end of the book.

HARLOW LINDLEY

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CONTENTS

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[View Figure]
MAP
- OF -
INDIANA
PREPARED BY
JOHN MELISH IN 1817.

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