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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 79.pdf

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77

Massachusetts.

WM. C. NELL, Boston,

CHAS. L. REMOND, Salem.

New York--Buffalo.

JAS. M. WHITFIELD,

J. THEODORE HOLLY.

Ohio--Cincinnati.

AUGUSTUS R. GREEN,

PHILIP TOLlVAR, Jr.

Michigan--Detroit.

WILLIAM C. MUNROE,

WILLIAM LAMBERT.

Kentucky.--Louisville.

CONAWAY BARBOUR,

JAS. H. GIPSON. .

Missouri--St. Louis.

Rev. RICHARD ANDERSON,

Rev. JORDAN BROWN.

Virginia--Richmond.

RICHARD HENDERSON,

JOHN E. FERGUSON.

Tennessee--Nashville.

Elder PETER A. H. LOWRY,

CHARLES BARRATT.

Louisiana--New Orleans.

JORDAN B. NOBLE,

Rev. JOHN GARROW.

California--San Francisco.

HENRY M. COLLINS,

ORANGE LEWIS.

NOTE.--The Commissioners who stand appointed in the list, will refer to the Constitution of the National Board of Commissioners for their duty. Other States, which have received no appointments, are requested to send on their names--two from the same town or district, if possible--to the Board at Pittsburgh, Pa., that each State may be fully represented in the Board.

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