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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.
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List of Delegates
James T Rapier, Montgomery, Farmer
FG Barbadoes, Washington, DC Clerk
Charles M. Mclinn, 20 Winter St., New Haven
David H. Gustus,
William H. Day,
William H. Colwell,
Joseph T. Scott,
James H. Jones,
Peter Spencer Williams,
Joseph G. Walker,
D. P. Hamilton,
Francis H. Norton,
828 French St., Wilm'n, Carpnter,
James Anderson ,
Moses Wilson ,
William P Sampson,
District of Columbia
John H. Butler,
D. A. Fish,
John H. Williams,
W. J. Wilson,
William H. Baker,
Charles T. Moseby,
Louis H. Douglas,
L street, between 13th and 14th,
James N. Ferguson,
William S. Morse,
John H. West,
George T. Corley,
P. H. Donegan ,
221 F street, brixk maker,,
Frederick Douglass Jr,
J. Bell Adams,
4 1/2 and E street south, Plasterer,
John H. Lee,
Patrick Foley ,
James N. Talley,
542 8th street, Carpenter,
James H. Jones,
85 E street south, Messenger,
Charles H. Douglass,
S. G. Brown,
Charles H. Peters,
E. S. Atkinson,
C. B. Purvis.
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