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Proceedings of the Colored National Labor convention : held in Washington, D.C., on December 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, 1869.
1869-WASHGINGTON DC-Colored national Labor Convention 2.pdf
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SAVE YOUR MONEY!
Every Man can Become Rich if He Will!
THE NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS BANK
Charted by Congress in 1865,
Has established its Branches for the safe-keeping of the Money of the
People of Color at
AUGUSTA, MOBILE, WILMINGTON,
ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS, RICHMOND,
BALTIMORE, VICKSBURG, NORFOLK,
BEAUFORT, MEMPHIS, WASHINGTON,
CHARLESTON, NASHVILLE, PHILADELPHIA,
HUNTSVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, NEW YORK,
JACKSONVILLE, LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS,
TALLAHASSEE, RALEIGH, SAVANNAH.
Deposits have already reached over Twelve Millions of Dollars
MORE THAN $75,000 HAVE BEEN PAID BACK IN
INTEREST TO ITS DEPOSITORS
It invests in U.S. BONDS ONLY, and is therefore SAFE.
The great National Labor Convention of Washington endorsed the Banks by an unanimous vote.
Save your five and your ten cent pieces, and put them where they will be safe.
Any man who saves only ten cents a day for ten years, and buys land with his savings so made, will be RICH.
ERRATUM --Section 1 of article IX of the Constitution of the National Labor Union page 42 should read "shall pay a tax of ten cents annually per member," instead of "ten dollars."
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