Wyandotte Constitution

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The Wyandotte Constitution is the constitution of the U.S state of Kansas. The constitution said that Kansas would be a state without slavery. However, the constitution did not give blacks, females, or Native Americans the right to vote.[1] The Wyandotte Constitution was passed by a vote of 10,421 to 5,530 on October 4, 1859.[2]

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