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Minutes and address of the State Convention of the Colored Citizens of Ohio, convened at Columbus, January 10th, 11th, 12th, & 13th, 1849.
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Muskingum W. Hurst Burnham.
Jackson N, Nooks.
Champaign Lewis Adams.
Fayette Andrew Manly.
Shelby Enoch Shackler.
Lorain William H. Day.
Montgomery Thomas Jefferson.
Cuyahoga John L. Watson.
Summit William Bird.
Richland James S. Thompson.
Lake Isaac Stanton.
Pickway T. J. Merritt
Morgan Epping Brown.
Fairfield McPherson Turner.
Green Westley Roberts.
Union Madison Cunninghan.
Marion ________ Kinney.
Delaware Samuel White, Jr.
Gallia Thomas Scott.
Highland John Taylor.
Clark Harrison Little.
Stark J. J. Walls.
Pike Washington Evings.
Mercer J. Bowles.
Knox Otho Martin.
Erie J. B. Lott.
Wayne S. H. Brown
Logan Elisha Bird.
Scioto William Cook.
Belmont A. Harper.
Harrison Thomas Steward.
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