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Proceedings of the Convention, of the Colored Freemen of Ohio, Held in Cincinnati, January 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19, 1852.
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BLACK STATE CONVENTIONS
Stark county Post Office Address
Wm. Holliday. } Massilon.
Wm. H. Day,
George Vosburgh. } Cleveland.
J. M. Langston
John Copeland. } Oberlin.
J. L. Hard,
John Gee. } Gallipolis.
T. Benford. } Harveysburgh.
J. E. Robbins,
S. D. Fox,
J. Lewis. } Hamilton.
John Dunlap. } Dayton.
Reuben Henaday. } Wilmington.
Rev. J. Bowles,
W. Roberts. } Xenia.
C. H. Lewis,
C. Smith. } Piketon.
Alex. Harper. } Barnesville.
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