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Conference for the Colored People of Texas
1879 TX State Convention in Houston 5.pdf
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the removal from our midst of the Hon. William Lloyd Garrison, who, by his untiring efforts and philanthropic spirit, was instrumental in causing the dark clouds of oppression and tyranny to be replaced by the sunbeams of liberty, justice and prosperity. A. F. Jackson, Chm'n.
C.P. Hicks, Secretary.
Rev. Wm. Massie, J.F. Crozier
F. F. Conway, D.S. Campbell,
G.M. Trousclair, H. Ruby,
R. Nelson, J. R. Bryant,
J. H. Carter, Alexander Lane,
W. Lewis, R. J. Moor,
S. M. Tod, Committee.
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