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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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142 BLACK STATE CONVENTIONS
Daniel Williams, Equal Rights' League
Moses Brown, " " "
John Thomas, (honorary).
J. J. Wright,
Benjamin Wilson, (honorary).
John Welsh. Equal Rights' League
Samuel Molston. Equal Rights' League
Aaron L. Still.
J. G. Chaplain.
Merriman Cupit, (honorary).
Mr. J. C. Bustill of Philadelphia, moved that a Committee of twelve be appointed to nominate permanent officers for the Convention.
Moved by Daniel Williams of Hollidaysburg, that the motion be so amended that the Committee shall consist of one delegate from each county represented in the Convention.
The amendment was carried without debate, and the original motion as amended was then put and unanimously carried.
On motion of Mr. Hughes of Harrisburg, that the President appoint the Committee to nominate permanent officers, the President appointed the following:--
Joseph C. Bustill, of Philadelphia, Samuel Molston, of Mifflin county, Lewis Hill, of Lycoming county, John C. Chaplain, of Huntingdon county, Daniel Williams, of Blair county, Aaron L. Still, of Berks county, John E. Price, of Dauphin county. William H. Simpson, of Allegheny county, J. J. Wright, of Luzerne county, John Welsh, of Centre county.
The Committee retired for consultation, and in their absence Mr. Turner of Philadelphia, moved that a Committee of five be appointed to draft Rules for the government of the Body.
The motion was carried, and the Convention appointed the following as the Committee:--
David B. Bowser,
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