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" ... but none go quite so far as to claim for the people absolute power, freed from all control by king or president or governor. The first to reach that goal were the founders of Ohio, led by the Chillicothe statesmen, who had been trained in their backwoods... "
Che-le-co-the, Glimpses of Yesterday: A Souvenir of the Hundredth ... - Page 28
1896 - 261 pages
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Nathaniel Massie, a Pioneer of Ohio: A Sketch of His Life and Selections ...

David Meade Massie - Legislators - 1896 - 275 pages
...power, freed from all control by king or president or governor. The first to reach that goal werethe founders of Ohio, led by the Chillicothe statesmen,...man to dictate what was best for them and theirs. It must not be for one moment understood that these men were a body of primitive anarchists. The leaders,...
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A History of Adams County, Ohio: From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present ...

Nelson Wiley Evans, Emmons B. Stivers - Adams County (Ohio) - 1900 - 950 pages
...but none go quite so far as to claim for the people absolute power, freed from all control by king or president or governor. The first to reach that goal...struggles with savage men and rugged nature to rely upon themselves alone, and to allow no man to dictate what was best for them and theirs." Adams County...
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A History of Adams County, Ohio: From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present ...

Nelson Wiley Evans, Emmons B. Stivers - Adams County (Ohio) - 1900 - 950 pages
...but none go quite so far as to claim for the people absolute power, freed from all control by king or president or governor. The first to reach that goal...struggles with savage men and rugged nature to rely upon themselves alone, and to allow no man to dictate what was best for them and theirs." Adams County...
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Ohio centennial anniversary celebration at Chillicothe, May 20-21, 1903 ...

Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, William Henry Venable - Ohio - 1903 - 730 pages
...but none go quite so far as to claim for the people absolute power, freed from all control by king or president or governor. The first to reach that goal...man to dictate what was best for them and theirs. It would be doing the framers of the first constitution of Ohio a grievous wrong to stop with this...
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