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Proceedings of the Council of the Georgia Equal Rights Association. Assembled at Augusta, Ga. April 4th, 1866. Containing the Address of the President, Captain J. E. Bryant, and Resolutions Adopted by the Council.

1866GA-State-Augusta_Proceedings_Equal-Rights-Association (16).pdf

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16

TO FREEDMEN.

SAVE YOUR MONEY!

Every Man, Woman and Child should put their money for

SAFE KEEPING,

AND

ACCUMULATION OF INTEREST

INTO THE

Freedmen's Savings Bank,

BROAD ST, AUGUSTA, GA.,

HEADQUARTERS FREEDMAN'S BUREAU.

Deposits of One Dollar and upwards, received every day, from 12,30 to 3.30 P M.

These Deposits can be drawn out whenever the Depositor chooses.

This SAVINGS BANK is a Branch of the National Freedman's Savings and Trust Company chartered by Act of Congress, March 3d, 1865, and approved by the late President, Abraham Lincoln.

C. H. PRINCE, Cashier.

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