laws of Illinois Territory, 1809-1818

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Publisher: Illinois State Historical Library in Springfield

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Statementedited with introd. by Francis S. Philbrick.
SeriesCollections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 25. -- Law series -- v. 5, Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 5., Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library -- v. 25.
ContributionsPhilbrick, Francis S. b. 1876
The Physical Object
Paginationccccixxvii, 386 p.
Number of Pages386
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Open LibraryOL22147024M

Excerpt from Pope's Digest, , Vol. 1: Edited With Introduction In the introduction to volume 21 Of the series in which the present volume is issued, the laws of Indiana Territory ( and to a considerable extent those of the Northwest Territory ( have already been critically examined. In a later volume Of the Collections the statutes of Illinois Territory () will be considered. In general: Survey of Illinois law for the year COURTS See also Administrative Law, Bail, Conflict of Laws, Dismissal and Nonsuit, Equity, Evidence, Judg-ment, Parties, Venue In general: Survey of Illinois law for the year Bibliography: Philbrick: The laws of Illinois Territory . Up until , the Illinois Country was governed by the French province of Canada, but by order of King Louis XV, the Illinois Country was annexed to the French province of Louisiana, with the northeastern administrative border being somewhat vaguely on or near the upper Illinois River. The territory thus became known as "Upper Louisiana." By the midth century, the major settlements. The Laws of Illinois Territory Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, Used by permission of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. Law Concerning Employment of Slaves, December 22nd, In , Illinois was experiencing a labor shortage, retarding its ability to build and operate manufacturing facilities.

Law and Justice: Chronology. IMPORTANT EVENTS OF IMPORTANT EVENTS OF 13 Feb. Congress provides for six circuit courts to be established to cover the thirteen original colonies, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Vermont, and the districts of Maine and ss repeals this act in but then passes a new act that contains many of the same . Finucane, Daniel Northrup, "American identity in the Illinois Territory, " ().Honors AMERICAN IDENTITY IN THE ILLINOIS TERRITORY, by. From to , while a part of the Northwest Territory, we looked to Marietta, Ohio, as our capital, followed by Vincennes while part of the Indiana Territory (), Kaskaskia during the period that we were part of the Illinois Territory () and, finally, Detroit while part of the Territory of Michigan (). BOND, SHADRACK, a Delegate from Illinois Territory; born in Frederick, Md., Novem ; received a common-school education; moved to Kaskaskia, Ill. (then Indiana Territory), in and engaged in agricultural pursuits; member of the legislative council of Indiana Territory ; when Illinois Territory was formed was elected a Delegate on Octo , and served from.

  Thus, what is now the state of Wisconsin, successively became part of the original Northwest Territory (), the Indiana Territory (), the Illinois Territory ( American Territory. The Illinois-Wabash Company was an early claimant to much of Illinois. An early western outpost of the United States, Fort Dearborn, was established in (at the site of present-day Chicago), and the creation of the Illinois Territory followed on February 3, Northwest Territory. The governing units for the Wisconsin area prior to statehood were: — Northwest Territory. — Indiana Territory. — Illinois Territory. — Michigan Territory. — Wisconsin Territory. — Jacques Vieau established trading posts at Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and She-boygan.

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The work is part of the digital text collection at the Internet Archive. The complete laws of Illinois Territory were compiled into a single print volume in It was digitized with permission from the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency and is available online: Philbrick, Francis S., 1809-1818 book Laws of Illinois Territory, Collections of the Illinois Historical Library, vol Law Series volume 5.

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Illinois was part of the Northwest Territory (), Indiana Territory (), and a separate Illinois territory until it was admitted into the Union in The laws that were passed when 1809-1818 book was part of the Northwest Territory and Indiana Territory continued to apply in Illinois until they were modified or replaced by the.

The Laws of Illinois Territory, – Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library, Vol. XXV, Law Series Volume V. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Historical Library, – substitute: Internet Archive: State Statutory Laws –. The Territory of Illinois was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from March 1,until December 3,when the southern portion of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of capital was the former French village of Kaskaskia (which is still a part of the State of Illinois).The northern half of the territory, modern Wisconsin.

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The Laws of the Illinois Territory, Illinois Collection. Springfield Illinois State Historical Library, Schuley, Dan. The Judicial System in the Illinois Territory, Ann Arbor, Suess, Adolph B.

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Territorial Records of Illinois. Edited by Edmund J. James. Laws of the Territory of Illinois Alvord, Clarence W. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library In the Introduction of this page booklet, Professor Alvord explains how the Ordinance of and the laws created by the government of the Northwest Territory evolved into the laws of the Illinois Territory.

The Lincoln Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library by Paul M Angle (Book) Illinois State Historical Library and Society. General index to Collections, Journals, Publications, The laws of Illinois Territory, by Illinois Territory. This resource is for anyone interested in historic Illinois statutes or Illinois history.

Territorial Law – The top part of the statutory law table has territorial law links. I chose not to include the territories that preceded the Illinois Territory. Some early territorial statutes were not published and survived in manuscript form. Illinois Wesleyan University Digital Commons @ IWU Honors Projects History Department Basic Issues of the Illinois Territory () Jack F.

Kinton '61 Illinois Wesleyan University This Article is brought to you for free and open access by The Ames Library, the Andrew W. Mellon Center for Curricular and Faculty. FHL Book B4i v. Volume 24 Illinois Census Returns,Other Libraries: Internet Archives Google books: FHL Book B4i v.

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1, no. 11, Description: 15 pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Brief history of the law making of the territory, by Edmund J. James. --Appendices: A. List of laws. compiled from the executive register by S.L. Spear. Laws of Illinois Territory,The, edited by Francis S. Philbrick, BOOK REVIEW [Volume 60/April /Number 2] Laws of Indiana Territory,The.

The Laws of Illinois Territory by Francis S. Philbrick The Laws of Illinois Territory by Francis S. Philbrick (pp. ) Review by: Willard Hurst. The Territorial Papers of the United States Volumes 2 and 3 pertain to The Territory Northwest of the River Ohio, –, which included present-day Illinois.

Volume 7 contains The Territory of Indiana, –, and volumes 16 and 17 contain The Territory of Illinois, – During the French colonial period of Illinois, Illinois was a part of the region known as the "Illinois Country", which also loosely encompassed lands that would become the future U.S.

states of Indiana, Wisconsin, and Illinois Country was part of New France and was governed by its slavery settlers first brought African slaves into the Illinois Country from Saint. Letter-book of Thomas Forsyth, Contributor Names Illinois Territory.

Governor ( Edwards) State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Created / Published Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, Ninian Edwards (Ma – J ) was a founding political figure of the State of served as the first and only governor of the Illinois Territory from to until the territory was dissolved in He was then one of the first two United States Senators from the State of Illinois from toand the third Governor of Illinois from to Territory of Illinois, – Territory of Wisconsin, – Territory of Minnesota, – US states that encompass land that was once part of the Northwest Territory: State of Ohio, State of Indiana, State of Illinois, The Laws of Illinois Territory, by Francis S.

Philbrick The Laws of Illinois Territory, by Francis S. Philbrick (pp. ) Review by: Natalia M. Belting. Basic Issues of the Illinois Territory () Authors. Jack F.

Kinton '61, Illinois Wesleyan University. Abstract. This paper was written to provide insight as to how and why our state grew as it did. Each area's history helps explain why certain thing are the way they are today in the area.

However, just as important are the influences of.During the session of the Territorial Legislature at Kaskaskia, an “Act for the removal and safe keeping of the ancient Records and Papers in this Territory” was passed (Francis S.

Philbrick, Laws of Illinois Territory – Illinois State Historical Library Collections, vol. 5. But current slaveholders were “grandfathered in” and exempted from the new law. Inthe Indiana Territory systemized long-term indentures. This skirted the law and effectively reinstituted slavery in what would later become the state of Illinois.

Legislation in prevented free black people from immigrating to the Illinois Territory.