Denver: Tribune Book and Job Printing House, 1876.
Softcover. Near fine. 65 pp, in original printed wrappers. A few chips, finger smudge on front wrap, internally fine. First edition of the Constitution that brought Colorado into the Union as the hundredth state. Eberstadt notes that "the address to the voters is a long one, ending with the query: “Who is there among you that would not rather be a citizen of an independent State, than a mere settler upon the public lands of the Territory, governed by satraps appointed and removed at pleasure.”.