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Dec 04

Print Your Own Pocket-Size Version of the Kansas Constitution

Posted on December 4, 2015 at 9:36 AM by Sarah Tenfelde-Dubois

The Wyandotte Constitution was the fourth and final version voted on by the people of the Kansas Territory. The Wyandotte Constitution is the present Constitution of Kansas, although now with many amendments, voted on and approved upon statehood in 1861.

The Constitution, along with the Kansas Bill of Rights, is available to print in a pocket size version from the State Library’s website. Just click on the image on that page to download and print a booklet. There is also a helpful chart to help you see the steps for folding and cutting.

If you are interested in more information on the Kansas Constitution, please visit the following websites:

Kansas Secretary of State Cyber Civics
Kansas State Historical Society Online Exhibit
Kansas State Historical Society Kansapedia
Kansas Memory Wyandotte Constitution copy