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Proceedings of the National Emigration Convention of Colored People Held at Cleveland, Ohio, On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, The 24th, 25th, and 26th of August, 1854

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The following comprise the Executive Delegates,

the Mass Convention not being taken in the list:

PENNSYLVANIA.—Allegheny County.

Martin R. Delany,

William Webb,

Charles W. Nighten,

Samuel Bruce,

Henry A. Jackson,

Jonathan Green,*

Mary E. Bruce,

Lauretta Smith,

Samuel Venerable,

James Jones,

Sarah Alexander,*

Edward Hart,

Ann Lewis,

Ann Taylor,

Jane Robinson,

Thomas Gray,*

James Barns,

Mary A. Bell,

George Dimmy,

Levi Diary,

Franklin Whets,*

Elizabeth Briscoe,

William Cross,

Margaret Scoot,*

R. M. Green,

Alfred Smith,*

Sarah Burley,*

Lucinda Pulpus,*

Margaret Campbell,

Mary E. Hawkins,*

Phoebe Miller,

Sarah E. Webb,

Rebecca Webb,

H. G. Webb,*

Sophia Lucas,

A. L. Hawkins,*

Maria Edmonds,

Isabella Butler,

Harriet Woods,

John Williams,*

George Stinson,*

Owen A. Barrat,*

Nimrod Dimmy,

W. J. Trusty,*

Ambrosia Trusty,

Nathan Cole,*

A. H. Johns,

Amelia Freeman,

Martin H. Freeman,

Adam Watkins,

Samuel Neal,*

Paris Burley,

Samuel L. Collins,*

Rebecca Jackson,*

Ursulla G. Bell,

Nancy Williams,*

Jane Parker,*

Joseph Massey,*

John Fitch,

Catherine Diary,

James W. Miller,

Edward R. Parker,

Spencer Watt,*

S. T. Lindsey,

Rebecca E. Templeton,

Parker Sorrel,

Catherine Green,*

Mary A. Blackson,*

Thomas A. Brown,

Arena Venerable,

Madoline Robinson,

James Ramsey,

Thomas Norris,

Elizabeth Tanner,

Catherine A. R. Delany,

Francis Brown,

G. W. Massey,*

R. L. Hawkins,*

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