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Proceedings of the New York State Council of Colored People, January 2, 1854.

1854NY.7.pdf

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NEW YORK, 1854

figure of the Negro community there. At San Francisco, in 1862, he edited the Pacific Appeal. After the Civil War, he was publisher of a newspaper known as the Elevator.

3. Edward V. Clark was well-known black New York City businessman active in its social and political life. He conducted a prosperous jewelry establishment. His name, had, moreover, a respectable standing even among the dealers on Wall Street.

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