The Bogus Legislature enacted over 1,000 pages of legislation during its session at the Shawnee Manual Labor School. The pro-slavery members created a complete system of county government, a territorial school system, a justice system and a method of financing the costs of government. They also chartered towns, banks, railroads, ferries and a myriad of other enterprises. They had a complete plan for Kansas Territory but are remembered for their repressive "Black Law."

Agriculture Associations Banks
Cities Constitutional Convention Corporations
Counties Courts Creditors' Remedies
Crimes Divorce Education
Elections Ferries Free State Members
Inheritance Land Missouri Statutes
Native Americans Overriding the Veto Permanent Capital
Press Coverage Professions Railroads
Roads Slavery Taxes

Charles Clark