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Proceedings of the Colored People's Educational Convention held in Jefferson City, Missouri, January , 1870.
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On motion of G. W. Gaines, it was voted to send a copy of the minutes to those persons whose letters shall be printed in the proceedings.
The Business Committee submitted the annexed report:
We, your Business Committee, recommend the presentation of this bill to the State Legislature:
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Missouri as follows:
Section 1. That separate schools for colored children may be established in the various townships and school districts of this State, wherever, in the judgment of the proper school officers, it shall be deemed expedient. And such schools, when established, shall possess all the advantages of schools for white children of the same grade in the same district or township.
Sec. 2. Wherever, in any district or township, separate schools shall not be established for colored children, whether through the neglect of school officers, or because their establishment shall not be deemed expedient, it shall be lawful for the colored children to attend any public schools that may be established in such district or township.
J. T. SMITH,
S. P. ANDERSON,
J. H. RECTOR.
The Committee on Rules made the following report, which, on motion, was received and adopted:
MR. CHAIRMAN: We, your Committee on Regulations, beg leave to offer the following:
Resolved, That the sessions of this Convention be as follows:
1. The morning session shall commence at half-past nine A. M., and adjourn at 12, M. 2. The afternoon session shall commence at 2 P. M., and adjourn at 5 P. M.
3. The evening session shall commence at 7 P. M., and adjourn at 10 P. M.
J. H. RECTOR, Chairman.
The chair introduced, in a brief speech, Mr. P. G. Wells, of St. Louis, the first colored man commissioned as Notary Public by the Governor of this State. This announcement was received with cheers.
The following resolution was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That J. Milton Turner, Moses Dickson, and our honorary member, Col. F. A. Seely, be, and they are hereby appointed, a committee to make arrangements for the publication of so much of the proceedings of this Convention as they may deem proper.
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