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Proceedings of the Colored National Convention, held in Franklin Hall, Sixth Street, Below Arch, Philadelphia, October 16th, 17th and 18th, 1855.
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Stephen Smith, Robert Collins, Adam S. Driver, James H. Wilson, Ulysses B. Vidal, John C. Bowers, Charles L. Reason, Jesse Bolden. James .Fell, Joseph C. Stevens, Alfred S. Cassey, Henry Ray, Jacob C. White, Francis A. Duterte, Samuel Van Brakle, Edward M. Thomas, Joel Ware, Davis D. Turner, Benjamin B. Moore, Franklin Turner, Rachel Cliff, Samuel Golden, Elizabeth Armstrong, J. J. Gould Bias, Isaiah C. Wears, Basil Macal, Daniel Morgan, Edward Young, Robert Douglass, Peter Burtou, James McCrummill, Grayton S. Nelson, Jeremiah Asher, William W. Whipper, Addison W. Lively, Aaron L. Still, Charles H. Bustill, William A. K. Smith, William R. Decorderer, William Parker, Robert Purvis, Daniel Colly, John F. Willams, Jabez P. Campbell, Edmund Kelly, Thomas C. Burton, William P.Price, William T. Cato, Nathaniel W. Depee, G. W. Reed, Joshua Woodland, E. J. Adams, James Presser, John G. Dutton, Samuel Williams, Jacob W. Glasgow, Robert Jones, Thomas Charnock, James G. Frisby, Jonathan Lopeman, William Jackson, James Needham, William Douglass, Thomas P. Hunt, Samuel H. Amos, Augustus Dorsey, Ebenezer Black, Thomas Gibbs, William Moore, John Addison, Thomas Kennard.
Joseph Reeves, E. P. Rogers. Henry A. Thompson, E. H. Treeman, Robert Stewart.
CANADA.—Mary A. Shadd.
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