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Proceedings of the Colored People's Educational Convention held in Jefferson City, Missouri, January , 1870.
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The Committee on Credentials reported that they found a large number present without proper credentials, yet of whose qualifications and fitness they were well satisfied, and asked that a Committee on Enrollment be appointed to enroll the names of all delegates who appeared to be, in their judgment, entitled to seats in the Convention, with their respective townships and counties.
On motion, the committee was appointed as follows: J. T. Smith, Moses Dickson, P. G. Wells, St. Louis county; Thomas Morton, Macon county; James Madison, Lafayette county.
The Committee on Enrollment submitted their report as follows, which, on motion, was adopted:
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT.
Emanuel Cartwright, St. Louis, St. Louis county. Napoleon Morris, Kirkwood, " " E. S. Woodson, St. Louis, " " Preston G. Wells, St. Louis, " " W. P. Brooks, 806 North 7th street, St. Louis, St. Louis county. C. H. Tandy, St. Louis, St. Louis county. Richard Ricketts, Hannibal, Marion " Wm. Martin, New Eureka, St. Louis " Moses Dickinson, Carondelet, " " G. W. Gaines, Washington, Franklin county. W. R. Anderson, Troy, Lincoln " Burrell Nelson, Marthasville, Warren " James Madison, Lexington, Lafayette " J. H. Washington, Fulton, Callaway " John W. Haygood, Lexington, Lafayette county. John Bruce, Brunswick, Chariton county. J. H. Rector, Springfield, Greene " P. Lair, " " " Lewis Fisher, Columbia, Boone " Irwin Smith, " " " L. P. White, Independence, Jackson " George Howard, New Madrid, New Madrid county. R. W. Stokes, " " " William Hopkins, " " " George Terrell, Roanoke, Howard county. J. Fletcher Jordan, Glasgow, Howard " Thomas Moohr, Macon, Macon " Reuben Barbour, " " " I. N. Triplett, " " " S. P. Anderson, 1418 Gay street, St. Louis, St. Louis county. Mitchell Hill, " " " J. Milton Turner, Boonville, Cooper county. Henry Brown, Marshall, Saline "
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