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Proceedings of the Southern States Convention of Colored Men, held in Columbia, S.C., commencing October 18, ending October 25, 1871.
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The CHAIRMAN then announced the appointment of the following Committee on Credentials:
T. C. Antoine, of Louisiana; J. H. Rapier, of Alabama; J. H. Johnson, of Arkansas; J. M. Simms, of Georgia; Isaac Meyers, of Maryland; S. H. Scott, of Mississippi; H. E. Hayne, of South Carolina; John DeBruhl, of Texas; A. J. Flowers, of Tennessee.
On motion of Mr. PINCHBACK, of Louisiana, the Convention, at 1:15 P. M., took a recess until 4 P. M.
The Convention re-assembled, and was called to order at 4 P.M.
Hon. J. T. WALLS resumed the chair.
Mr. F. C. ANTOINE, from the Committee on Credentials, made the following
The Committee on Credentials beg leave to submit the following report:
That they have examined the credentials of the gentlemen from the various States embraced in the call for this Convention, and report the following as members, viz:
State of Alabama—James T. Rapier, James A. Foster, Holland Thompson.
State of Arkansas—J. H. Johnson.
District of Columbia— ―
State of Florida—J. H. Walls.
State of Georgia—J. H. Deveaux, Edwin Belcher, J. M Simms, H. M. Turner, C.L. Bradwell, J. C. Beall, W. H. Noble, T. G. Campbell, John McCluskey, L. W. West, J. F. Quarles, W. H. Harrison, W. A. Golden, A. Gornickey.
State of Louisiana—P. B. S. Pinchback, Geo. E. Paris, W. G. Johnson, Edgar Davis, E. Butler, Benjamin Geddis, F. C. Antoine, J. H. Burch.
State of Maryland—Isaac Meyers.
State of Mississippi—S. H. Scott.
State of South Carolina—R. H. Cain, A. J. Ransier, R. B. Elliott, Wilson Cooke, W. J. Whipper, B. A. Bosemon, J. H. Rainey, H. E. Hayne, W. B. Nash, S. J. Lee, John White, Frank Williamson.
State of Tennessee—A. J. Flowers.
State of Texas—James Green, J. H. Townsend, J. DeBruhl, David G. Scott, Richard Allen, Richard Nelson.
State of North Carolina—T. A. Sykes.
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