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Proceedings of a Convention of Colored Citizens: Held in the City of Lawrence, October 17, 1866
1866 Lawrence KS State Convention.5.pdf
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Pursuant to public notice, a mass State Convention of the Colored People of Kansas assembled in Frazer's Hall, in the city of Lawrence, on the 17th of October, 1866, at 11 o'clock A. M.
The Convention was called to order by H. H. Thomas, and on his motion, William L. Smith was chosen temporary President, and E. L. Bradley temporary Secretary. The following gentlemen then enrolled their names as members of the Convention:
REV, HENRY JENERALS, LEVI MITCHELL,
JOHN ANDERSON, EDWARD MURRAY,
CHARLES ANDERSON, SAMUEL WILLIAMSON,
T. J. BASKERVILLE, SAMUEL CLARK.
HENRY JOHNSON, GEORGE MOORE,
GEORGE BRADLEY, GEORGE WILLIAMS,
H. ROBINSON, WILLIAM JOHNSON,
FULLER CARTER, JOHN BUTLER.
H. H. THOMAS, G. H. PARKER,
WILLIAM L. SMITH, GEORGE RUSSELL,
W.D. MATTHEWS, RICHARD PAGE,
N. HARRIS, JACKSON JOHNSON,
C.H. LANGSTON, GEORGE CUNNINGHAM,
E.L. BRADLEY, ANDERSON MORRIS,
EDWARD HILL, BENJAMIN WRIGHT,
H.C. HAYDEN, JOHN BERRY,
G.B. GRAY, A. JOHNSON,
ISAAC SMITH, HIRAM JOHNSON,
LILBORN DRAKE, THOMAS LETCHER.
On motion, the following committees were then appointed:
ON PERMANENT ORGANIZATION--C.H. Langston, Samuel Clark, Rev. Henry Jenerals.
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