Void and of no effect.

by Lisa Y. Henderson

AMENDMENTS to the Constitution of the State of North Carolina.

ARTICLE III.

So much of the constitution as entitles free persons of colour to vote for members of the Senate, and of the House of Commons, is hereby made void and of no effect.

Proposed amendments published in Carolina Watchman, 23 March 1833.

[Sidenote: Free people of color ultimately were stripped of the right to vote in 1837. — LYH]