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Proceedings of the Colored People's Educational Convention held in Jefferson City, Missouri, January , 1870.
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MORNING SESSION—THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1869.
Convention met, pursuant to adjournment, in Market Hall, J. Milton Turner in the chair.
The Sergeant-at-Arms announced the hour. Prayer was offered by the Chaplain. Roll called.
On motion, the following gentlemen were appointed Assistant Secretaries: Prof. W. H. Payne and Thos. Morton, Esq.
The minutes of the previous session were read.
On motion, the minutes were referred back to the Secretaries for correction.
The chair stated to-day's order of business.
Rev. Moses Dickson moved that all members not present at roll call shall be fined fifty cents, which was carried in the affirmative.
Messrs. Mudd, of St. Louis county, and Smith, of Crawford county, were introduced and invited to seats within the bar:
Rev. Mr. Dickson, Chairman of the Business Committee, submitted a recommendation of the appointment of a State Executive Committee.
On motion of Rev. Thomas Morton, the report was referred back to the committee for correction.
The Business Committee reported the following:
We wish to ascertain something of the working and benefits of the Freedman's National Savings Bank, and recommend that a committee be appointed to gather all the statistical matters connected with it.
MOSES DICKSON, Chairman.
On motion, the chair was empowered to appoint a committee of three to investigate and report to this Convention the state of the Freedman's Savings Bank.
On motion, a committee of three was appointed on Savings Bank, as follows: W. P. Brooks, I. N. Triplett, Prof. J. H. Rector.
Mr. Hallowell, of St. Joseph, being present, was called for, and addressed the Convention on the subject of Normal School, and recommended a careful attention to business.
General Shepherd, correspondent of the Missouri Democrat, being present, was called forward to the stand, and having addressed the Convention in a gentlemanly, friendly and appropriate manner, retired to his seat amid cheers of the assembly.
Rev. E. Cartwright, of St. Louis, having addressed the Convention on the subject of progression, retired amid loud applause.
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