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  • to hold two regular meetings at specified times in each year at the state capitol, and additional meetings at such times and places as it might determine;
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  • In Jackson is the state library, with more than 80,000 volumes. The new state capitol was finished in 1903. The old state capitol, dating from 1839,
    433 bytes (458 words) - 20:03, 1 July 2015
  • most notable is the state capitol, a magnificent structure, built of granite, at a cost of over $24,000,000. It is the seat of the State Normal College, Albany
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  • executed a series of brilliant mural paintings in the Pennsylvania State Capitol at Harrisburg. The greater part of his artistic life was spent in London
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  • rail. The city is fairly well built; the chief buildings are the State capitol, the State penitentiary, and the institutions for the blind and for the deaf
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  • Washington, Lincoln, Reservoir and Mildred. The chief public building is the state capitol (built in 1868-1888 at a cost of about $4,500,000), in the form of a
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  • railways and other adjuncts of a live modern city. It contains the state capitol, library, industrial school, agricultural college, school for the blind
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  • contains the State Capitol; State Hospital; State Library; United States government buildings; State School for the Blind; and the State Industrial School;
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  • county. The city is about 1650 ft. above sea-level. It contains the state capitol, the state penitentiary, a U.S. land office, a U. S. surveyor-general's office
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  • institutions are the State Capitol, the State Library, a city public library, the county court-house, the Federal building, the state penitentiary and several
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  • considerable trade in Connecticut tobacco. It has an imposing state capitol of white marble, a state arsenal and a United States post-office and courthouse.
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  • State Capitol, the State Institution for Deaf Mutes, the State Institution for the Blind, the State Penitentiary, the State Insane Asylum, the State Reform
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  • flowing boiling well. It contains the State Capitol, erected in 1885-1887, a penitentiary, United States Assay Office, State Library, National banks, public
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  • Samuel L. Clemens, etc.; and statues of Nathan Hale, in the Connecticut State capitol; Gen. Israel Putnam at Brooklyn, Conn., and other Americans of note
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  • at Hodgenville, Ky., and at Madison, Wis., the Lincoln statue at the State Capitol, Frankfort, Ky., the statuette of Lincoln at the Metropolitan Museum
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  • where he modeled a bust of Douglas. He produced many works, including the life size statues of Douglas and Lincoln (1876) in the Illinois State capitol.
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  • the seat of Montana Wesleyan University, Mount St. Charles College, State Capitol, Federal Buildings, Assay Office, St. Vincent's Academy, Orphans' Home
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  • shoes, farming implements, and wagons, and iron foundries. It has the State Capitol, St. Mary's Hospital, Lincoln Institute, and other public buildings
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  • railroad. The city has a library, a government school for Indians, the State capitol, library, a handsome Federal Building, hospitals and schools. It is
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  • Fargo. It contains the State Capitol (which cost over $500,000), the State Penitentiary, court house, city hall, opera house, a State Hospital for the Insane
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