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Indiana Historical Bureau

IHB > About Indiana - History and Trivia > Explore Indiana History by Topic > Indiana Documents Leading to Statehood > Knox County convention election, 1816 Knox County convention election, 1816

On Monday the 13th inst. an election will be held in the different townships in this county, at the following places for five persons to represent this county in the convention to form a constitution--in Vincennes township, at the court house; in Decker township, at the house of Adam Harness; in Harrison township, at the house of George Leech; in Palmyra township, at the house of William Purcell; in Busseron township, at the house of Joseph Latshaw; in Widner township, at the house of John Widner; in Hawkins township, at Liverpool; and in Perry township, at the house of Samuel Perry.

B. V. Beckes, S. K. C.

May 2, 1816