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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 39.pdf

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William T. Combash,

McNutt, Sunflower co., Att'y-at-Law,


G.B. Stebbins,

Mrs. M.A. S. Cary,

Howard University, Washington, D.C.,


J. Milton Turner,

Jefferson City


James H. Harris,

Raleigh, Supt. Mute Ass'n Col'd.,

John A Hyman,

Warrenton, Merchant,

W.T.J. Hayes,

Halifax, Merchant and Farmer,

John A. White,

Halifax, Teacher,

Benjamin Franklin,

Weldon, Teacher,

James Williams,

Enfield, Constable,

James H. Harris, Jr.,

Palmyra, Halifax County, Farmer,

Stewart Ellison,

Raleigh, Builder,

Rev. L. B. Clark,

Brimckleyville Halifax Co. Minister,

Albert Turner,

Jackson, Northampton Co., Farmer,

Charles Smith,

Palmyra, Halifax County, Farmer,

John P. Sampson,

Wilmington, Barber,

J.R. Rouk,

Wilmington, Inspector Rosin,

George W. Mabson,

Washington D.C, Policeman,

A. J. Denton,

Henry Taylor,

Jackson Northampton Co., Farmer,

Solomon Vincent,

Jackson, Northampton Co. Farmer,

J. B. Huchings,

Washington D.C., Fireman,

Iver Richards,

W. H. Bishop,

Brinckleyville, Halifax Co. Minister,

James H. Jones,

Raleigh, Showman,

William H. Lynch,

Brinckleyville, Halifax Co. farmer,

Reddick Burnett,

Eufalia, Merchant,


William U. Saunders,

58 St. Mary Street, Baltimore, Md.,

P.O. Department.,


J.P. Campbell,

Bishop A. M. E. Church,

1810 Addison street, Phila.,

Joshua Woodlin,

Preacher, 113 Montgomery st., N.J.


William F. Butler,

President New York Labor Council,

66 Grove Street, N.Y.,

A.M. Powell,

Editor Anti-Slavery Standard,

39 Nassau Street,

James R. W. Leonard,

Printer, 136 Green Street, N.Y.,

N. H. Turpin,

Preacher, 216 Sullivan Street, N.Y.,

Charles W. Robinson,

Engineer, 35 William street,

A. A. Bradley,

66 Grove street,

J. W. Loguen,

Bishop A. M. E. Zion Church,

Syracuse, N.Y.


D. Jerkins,

Columbus, Painter and Paperhanger,

J.M. Langston,

Washington, D.C., Lawyer,

James Poindexter,

Columbus, Preacher,

John Watson,

Oberlin, Merchant,

Milton M. Holland,

Washington, D.C., Clerk,

Henry Lee,


George Harris,

Cleaveland, Plasterer,

John A. Warren,

Cleaveland, Preacher.

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