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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

1854 Cleveland OH State Convention 78.pdf

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ORGANIZATION OF THE NATIONAL BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.

central Comm~ssioners,..Pittsburgh, Penns~ylvani M. R. DELANY, President, WM. WEBB, Vice President. TUGS. A. BROWN, Treasnrer. EDW. R. PARKER, Auditor. CHAS. W. NIGHTEN, Sepretary. Prof. M. H. FREEMAN, A~ M., Special For. See., SAMUEL VENERABLE, ALFRED H. JOHNS, SAMUEL BRUCE, PARKER SORRELL. DEPARTMENTS. Committee on Domestic Relations. SAMUEL BRUCE, Chairman, SAMUEL VENERABLE, CHAS. W. NIGHTEN. Financial Relations. THOMAS. A. BROWN, Chairman, PARKER SORRELL, ALFRED H. JOHNS. Foreign Relations. REV. WM. WEBB, Chairman, M. H. DELANY, EDWARD R. PARKER. Special Foreign Secretary. Prof. MARTIN H. FREEMAN, A. M.

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