The delegates elected to the Constitutional Convention met at Guthrie November 20, 1906, and organized by electing officers, William H. Murray, of Tishomingo, being elected president. Committees were appointed and the convention began its work. The real leaders of teh convention were included in a group of men who had helped to frame the Sequoyah Costitution, fifteen months before. There were forty-five standing committees, to each of which was given the consideration of particular or special features of the proposed constitution.
Ann Maloney, Bartlesville, OK.
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