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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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LIST OF DELEGATES,
POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
James T. Rapier, Montgomery, Alabama; James A. Foster; Holland Thompson.
J.H. Johnson, P. O. Box 78, Augusta, Arkansas; W. H. Grey, Helena, Arkansas; H. B. Robinson, Helena, Arkansas; J. W. Mason, Lake Village, Chicot County, Arkansas; E.A. Fulton, Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas; J. C. Corbin, Little Rock, Arkansas.
J. T. Walls, Gainesville, Florida; J. C. Gibbs, Gainesville, Florida, care of J. T. Walls; C. H. Pierce, Gainesville, Florida, care of J. T. Walls.
J. H. Deveaux Savannah, Georgia; Edwin Belcher, Box 173, Augusta Georgia; H. M. Turner, Macon, Georgia; J. M. Simms, Savanna, Georgia; C. L. Bradwell, Americus, Georgia; J. C. Beall, Hamilton, Harris County, Georgia; W. H. Noble, Box 79, Columbus, Georgia; T. G. Campbell, Darien, McIntosh County, Georgia; John McCluskey, Athens, Georgia; L. W. West, Fort Valley, Georgia; J. F. Quarles, Box 181, Augusta, Georgia; W. H. Harrison, Sparta, Georgia; Augustus Gonakey, Talbotton, Georgia; W. A. Golden.
P. B. S. Pinchback, 13 Derbigny, New Orleans, Louisiana; O. J. Dunn, New Orleans, Louisiana; George E. Paris; W. T. Johnson, New Orleans, Louisiana; Edward Butler, 114 Carondelet, New Orleans, Louisiana; Edgar Davis, 114 Carondelet, New Orleans, Louisiana; Benjamin
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