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Proceedings of the National Convention of the Colored Men of America: held in Washington, D.C., on January 13, 14, 15, and 16, 1869.
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TENNESSEE. ANIEL? WATKINS, M. MURPHY, C. TATE.
OHIO. J. M. LANGSTON, HENRY THOMAS, J. H. COOK, D. L. WATSON, T. M. GREGORY, O. S. B. WALL.
KENTUCKY. W. H. GIBSON.
ILLINOlS. R. DeBAPTIST,? * H. D. KING. *
CHARLES H. LANGSTON.
IOWA. ALEXANDER CLARK. T
The vote was then taken, and the aforesaid Delegates were declared members of the Convention. A motion by J. F. Cook, was adopted, that all duly accredited Delegates be [[permitted?] to membership in this Convention. Mr. Hunter, of Pennsylvania, moved that the present officers be declared ith? suitable additions) the permanent officers of the Convention. The motion after some discussion was laid on the table. A motion that the Chair appoint a Committee of one from each State on permanent? organization, was amended so as to allow each Delegation to appoint own? member on said Committee, and thus amended was adopted.
COMMITTEE ON PERMANENT ORGANIZATION. G. BARBADOES, AEassachusetts. D. WAUGH, Rhode Island. SELLA MARTIN, New York. ~I. E. MIDDLETON, New Jersey. ANDERSON, Pennsylvania. MT. LEIGHTON, Delaware. J. BROWN, lllaryland. B. STEVENS, Viryinia. P. ROURK, North Octroiina. MI. SIMMS, (Jeorgz.a. C. TATE, Tennessee. 0. 5. B. WALL, Ohio. T. W. STRINGER, iIississippi. C. H. LANGSTON, Kansas. J. F. COOK, District of qolumbia. A. HOWARD, West Virginia. R. DzBAPTIST, Illinois. MT. H. GIBSON, Kentucky. ALEXANDER CLARK, Iowa. HALES ELLSWORTH, Alabama. G. MT. LONG, Florida. otion, the ← Convention → djour ed to half-past seven P. M., at t1 e ~he1 Church. Lsrael Names of Delegates marked with a star were enrolled after the first report of the amittee on Credentials.
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