state government records
Found in 316 Collections and/or Records:
The Rhode Island Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission Archive consists of a wide variety of materials relating primarily to the activities in Rhode Island related to the Bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.
Record of cases brought before courts of Admiralty & Vice Admiralty as established throughout the British colonies to adjudicate disputes involving maritime activities between merchants & seaman
The Rhode Island Advisory Commission on Historical Cemeteries records consist primarily of meeting minutes, meeting notices and correspondence.
Advisory Opinion of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island Upon Questions Relating to a Constitutional Convention, 1935
Document which records the names and number of shares held by the original subscribers to bank in Rhode Island.
Certification of results of federal and state elections. Includes results and plurality of all federal and state races as well as results of state referenda questions. Also includes special election results and official count of presidential electors. These records are filed with SOS/Division of Elections by the Board of Elections.
Records include meeting minutes and administrative files.
Record of oaths, registered bonds, notifications, applications and/or certificates as pertaining to executive appointments made to established State agencies, boards & commissions, advisory councils, trustees, the judiciary, positions requiring advise & consent of the Senate or individuals acting in the capacity of railroad, metropolitan park & steamboat police.
The Charlestown Town Clerk Records contain materials from the town of Charleston, Rhode Island in the 1700s-1800s. The records are believed to have been collected by a town clerk of Charlestown and contain governmental records from that time.
The Rhode Island Solid Waste Management Corporation Citizens Solid Waste Management Advisory Board Records of the Director consists primarily of correspondence, clippings, reports, brochures, programs, meeting notes, meeting notices and agendas, magazine articles, speeches and notes, and copies of legislation.