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PurposeThe graph below is provided as an aid to search for delegates to the Colored Conventions between 1830 and 1883.
Data is limited
Please note that the graph is a work in progress and is not comprehensive. The data in the graph includes only the formal rolls of delegates that appeared in many of the minutes of the conventions. If a person attended a convention, but did not serve as a delegate, their name may not yet appear here. We are also working to include the names of the men and women whose names were left out of the minutes.
Snapshot of the data
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