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Proceedings of the Second Annual Convention of the Colored Citizens of the State of California, Held in the City of Sacramento, Dec. 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, 1856.
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J. H. TOWNSEND, H. M. COLLINS, M. W. GIBBS, J. W. H. NEWBY.
W. H. Hall.
H. T. SMITH.
J. B. SANDERSON, J. H. TOWNSEND, J W. H. NEWBY, G. W. GORDON, J. MOORE.
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