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Those persons with an interest in the history and government of the Golden State will love the California State Archives, which were originally chartered to receive "Ã¢â¬Â¦all public records, registered maps, books, papers, rolls, documents and other writingsÃ¢â¬Â¦which appertain to or are in any way connected with the political history and past administration of the government of California." On the site, visitors can learn about the local government records program, look over state government oral histories, or consider the particulars of the graduate internship program. In the Collections area, visitors can examine past iterations of California's constitution, take a look at select pieces of legislation, and browse Spanish and Mexican land grants. Finally, visitors can look through the fascinating working papers of the 1878-1879 Constitutional Convention, the site's first formal digitized collection.
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