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Proceedings of the State Equal Rights' Convention, of the Colored People of Pennsylvania, held in the city of Harrisburg February 8th, 9th, and 10th, 1865 : together with a few of the arguments presented suggesting the necessity for holding the convention, and an address of the Colored State Convention to the people of Pennsylvania.

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PENNSYLVANIA, 1865

Charles B. Gordon, " " " " "

David B. Bowser, Third " " " "

Redman Fauset, " " " " "

Alfred Green, " State " " "

Elisha Weaver, " " " " "

William D. Forten, Ladies' Union Association

William J. Alston, Sanitary Com. St. Thomas' Church

Robert M. Adger, Banneker Institute

George B. White, " " " " "

James Prosser, (honorary).

Joseph S. Campbell, "

Matthias W. Johnson, "

John C. Bowers, Union League

Jesse E. Glasgow, " "

William Morris, First District Equal Rights' League

Pittston

George W. Butler, State Equal Rights' League

James Davenger, State Equal Rights' League

James Green, (honorary).

Decatur Blue "

Allegheny City

Benjamin F. Pulpress,

Samuel A. Neale,

H. B. Williamson,

George W. Dimey,

Edward R. Parker

Harrisburg

Joseph A. Nelson, State Equal Rights' League

John E. Price,

Charles H. Vance,

William M. Jones,

Martin Perry,

Curry Taylor,

B. J. Carter, Baptist Church

Alex T. Harris, Brotherly Love Lodge, O.F.

O. L. C. Hughes,

Thomas Early, (honorary)

James Alexander, "

Charles H. Cann, "

George W. Saunders "

Birmingham

James Henry, Equal Rights' League

Henry Jackson " " "

Altoona

William Nesbitt, Equal Rights' League

Thomas B. Shorter, " " "

John Alexander, (honorary).

John H. Shorter, "

George Hooper "

Williamsport

Lewis Hill, Equal Rights' League

Charles Bryan, (honorary).

Charles H. Kelly, "

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