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Proceedings of the California State Convention of the Colored Citizens, Held in Sacramento on the 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th of October, 1865.
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Soap and Tallow Manufactory 1
Fancy Soap Manufactory 1
Hair Restorative 1
Fancy Hair Workers 2
Junk Stores 2
Real Estate Agents 2
Total Wealth of City and County, $750,000
Number of Adults in City and County 470
Number that can read and write 375
Number that cannot read or write 95
Number [of] Children in City and County 150
Number attending school 49
Number not receiving instruction 101
Sabbath Schools 2, membership of 44
Eight Teachers. .two Superintendents 10
A library belonging to each school, consisting of 350 volumes.
Number of Churches 2
A. E. Church, Rev. J. H. Hubbard, Pastor in charge, 32 members.
Baptist connection, Rev. Amos Johnson, 22 members.
Number of Mechanics 18
No. persons in the county supported by the public, or benevolent societies.
Amount of Church and public property belonging to colored residents $4,600
But one colored person in the County Hospital.
Amount of real estate and other property $137,245
Total amount of property represented by the people of color of this city and county, as far as can be ascertained $141,845
YOLO, COLUSA AND TEHAMA COUNTIES
Made by Basil Campbell
Total population 21
Number who can read and write 15
Property owned in the county $17,000
Farmers and Stock-raisers 5
Stock-raisers without farms 4
No school in the county.
As there are no delegates from the adjoining counties, of Colusa and Tehama, I beg leave to report the
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