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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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Lake county Post Office Address
W. H. Burnham,
Isaac Stunton } Painsville.
J. W. Stewart
Noah Newkes. } Berlin X. Roads.
K. Artist. } Bellefontaine.
Rev. J. Clemens,
H. Clements. } Palestine.
Wm. Jenkins. } Warren.
E. Cumberland. } Hillborough.
P. H. Clark,
J. I. Gaines,
W. R. Casey. } Cincinnati.
G. R. Williams,
D. J. Williams,
R. R. Chancellor. } Chillicothe.
C. H. Langston,
J. Booker. } Columbus.
Robert Smith. } Piqua.
W. P. Morgan,
Nelson Morgan. } Springfield.
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