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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

1 iSy < T 1 1 F i E aQa A I D S HON ISAIAH T MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERYNewly MONTGOMERYNewlyAppointed MONTGOMERYNewlyAppointed I Newly NewlyAppointed Appointed Receiver of Public Moneys Jackson Miss Pioneer Pioneerof PioneerJ J > of a New Order in His State See first page t 7t 7 PLEA FOR GOOD MUSIC MUSICMiss MUSICMiss MUSICh MUSICMiss h Miss Harriet A Gibbs Presents a aProgram aProgram a afr fr Program Rich in Classic Melody Melodyand Melodyand Melodyr r and Illustrates its Influence up upon upF upon ¬ F on Education and Culture CultureThose Culturet CultureThose t Those Who Contributed to She T5heEvent 15heEven SheEvent Event EventLincoln t tLincoln r Lincoln Memoral Temple 11th and andK andR andR R Sts was filled to overflowing overfiowin Tues Tuesday Taesy ¬ day y night to listen to the lecture recital lecitalof recitalof recitalof of Miss Harriet A Gibbs assistant cii director ciirector 1i 1irector rector of mueic in the public schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe The lectu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

I h 1 i j it 3 f r isaai c OOLOXXD cam r D AdBliWI AMBEMAH Aga W < jruHn 1R Ii1Qti ra r D A a i H a w a a a w a w e a w w wTHE THE MAN ON THE CORNER CORNERBEGINS CORNERBEGINS CORNERBEGINS BEGINS A RETURN ENGAGEMENT ENGAG MENT AND TALKS TERSE TERSELY TERSELV TERSErI rI LY UPON TIMELY TOPICS TOPICSS ° 9 y 1 S urb Tneres a cblel c lel among aDu ya takln1 notos notaaUaptaiu notosCaptain Captain John R Lynch of Mlesls Miesissippi Mleslseippl eippl is an interesting intereetln character Fo Fomany Fomany For Formany many years he was a dominating figure figureIn In national politics was temporary temporarychairman temporarychairman temporarychairman chairman of the Chicago convention in in18S 1834 18S and served two terms in Congress CongressFor CongressFor CongressFor For a number of years Captain Lynch Lynchbecause Lynchbecause Lynchbecause because he is a yellow fever immune immunehas immunehas immunehas has been stationed in Cuba as pay paymaster paymaster paymaster ¬ master masterB...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

t r < o rr r 1m iM = r t 6 f d Gf t dfi ir13 A AM ANj Alt W pASHYI ASIIiM N J1 C C1 I A BOSTON BARRISTER BARRISTERMr BARRISTERMr Mr WllHaLinH Lewis to be Pro Promon Promoted Promoted moted From the Hubs Com Comman Coinnon mon non Council Co n il o to theSt thetState i eStato I LegietureLawyerScholar Legis Legisture LcgistureLawyorScholer tureLawyorScholer ture LwyerSchole r end Ath Athlete Athl AthlloteNew AthafeteNew loteNew lete Nev England Offers the theRace theRace theRace Race a Model of Manly Merit MeritNo MeritNo MeritNo whether whetherhe whetherhe whetherhe No one who vno visits Boston smarteat smart smartset smartset he mingles with the socalled set or with those whose autlvitlea bring bringthem bringtbem bringthem them close to natures heart leaves leaveswithout leaveswithout leaveswithout without learning eomething of MrWilliam Mr MrWilliam MrWilljam William H Lewis He is preeminently a man of the he people and andno no young manis man manin manin in all New England ca...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

a r z llJa coroa Jn1tIu1f4AWDfiO o C1 u 6 6u It Appears AppearsThat Rppearsems RppearsemsThat ppears That Samuel E Lacy L cy will + land landsoon landsoonThat landsoonThat soon soonTbat That more resignations re In or order1 order order ¬ der1 der1That der That anew journal Is again on the thestays thestays 1 stays staysThat staysThat staysThat That the tenure of Rev D Q Hill Hillis BiBIs HillIs is secure secureThat secureThat secureThat That the Recorders office Is to be re reorganized reo reoorganized reorganized ¬ organized organizedThat organizedThat organizedThat That the memory ol Frederick Fr deriok Doug Douglass DougJass Douglass ¬ lass is still green greenThat greenThat greenThat That Theodore Roosevelt is indeed indeedthe indeedlithe indeedthe lithe the President PresidentThat PretldentThat PresidentThat That Mrs E D Williiton Is winning winninglaurels wlnRinZlaurels winninglaurels laurels ad a singer singerThat singerThat singerThat That spite plte work on the part of Neg...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

r tft 1m CQCCK M1D h > AJEEKtdAH AM OA J WI3J II = g A SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFUL MUSICIAN MUSICIANMiss MUSICIANMiss Miss Mamie Ma M mie Saunders S unders Captivates CaptivatesShe Captivates5he Captivatesthe She MusicLovers of PhiladelphiaGeneral Philadel Philadelphia PhiladelphiaGeneral ¬ phia phiaGeneral GenereJ Notes NotesPhiladelphia NotesPhiladelphia NotesPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa Breslal 8relallt Sle lal1f If music musicbe musIcbe musicbe be the food of love play f cn n give me ineexcess meexcess meexcess excess of it Bach say the Philadel Philadelphia PhiladelphIa Philadelphia ¬ phia music lovers to our public singer singerMisa singerMis singerbliss bliss Mis Mamie Saunders who has lately latelymade late1ymade latelymade made a change in the musical world of ofour ofOUI ofour our city Miss Saunders S undErs wbo has been beenfor beenfor beenfor for the past few years the leading le ding so soprano BelanO scprano ¬ prano lanO singer in Central Presbyterianchoir Presbyterian Pr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

< 7 72m = 2SHK COLOMBO A3CEKICAH WASHHC SR GTOK IX Hi r f f DRSHEPARD FOR CONGRESSStrong CONGRESSStrong CONGRESS CONGRESSStrong Strong Sentiment Developing in inFervor Ini InFavor i Fervor of North CtjLroIinaa Bril Brilliant Brilllant liant 1 i n n t Young Leader LeederReco LeederRecof R o a c e ePride ePride f Pride PrldetEducetlon Education rand JWeaJtb JWeaJtbOverconving Weelth WeelthOvercoming We1thOvercoming Overcoming Restrictive Laws Lawsf LatwsNorth La ws I Ii f i f North Carolina is fortunate in he heyoung her her10UDg heryoung young men They wield a power inmany ii iimany In Inmany many directions for good and by pa patlenoe patlenoe patience tlenoe diplomacy and sturdy progress progressthey progrsstboy progreeethey they are demonstrating that solidqualities solid aoluqualities solidqnallties qualities can be made to tell no matter mattehow matterhow matterhow how oppressive the environment may maybe maybe maybe be beAt At the head of the list of the younjmen youngmen y...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

tD OOL01tED A1a A li CMIS A it A HINGrON h0Na A 0 10 l lh h H U e N K KENTUCK1ANS KENTU Cli1ANS K1ANS DISSATISFIED DISSATISFIEDNew DISSA New Political Conditions Create Createthe Croetcthe Creeatcthe the New Negro Rpublican inthe in inthe inthe the Blu Blue Grass Sl Slat SIate xt La Lar LarDelegation Large LargeDelegation rtfe rtfeDelegation Delegation to Call on the Presi President President President ¬ dent in the Interest of Justice JusticeMr JusticsMr JusUceMr Mr Jacksons Lucid Analysis AnalysisLc r SpecialThere w was wasonc waEonctl s sonce Lc nisvllle Ky a time when whenNegr081 Negroes voted therepublican the thefreed therepublican once onc republican ticket because it was general generally understood the the republican party partyfreed ly freed them Gratitude prompted blindloyally blind blindlovairy Just the thought of Abraham AbrahamLIncoln brahain brahainLJucolnwas oua ouaLincolnlwaa = Lincolnlwaa loyally lovairy LIncoln was an Irresistible buglecall buglecallto bugle call ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

< 0 CA d 1 1roLOREIJ = = SHE ° H COLORS AMEl AMEEIOAS IC W WASm STCm J COL JOHN R MARSHALL lt Chicago Illh Ill h r i A QUEER DENOUEMENT DENOUEMENTHow DENOUEMENTr DENOUEMENTHow DENOUEMENTHow r How a Thoughtless Actor Ca Caused CausedBreakdown used useda visedBreakdown a Breakdown that Broke up aPathetic a aPathetic aPathetic Pathetic Death Scene SceneOOEast SceneOOEastLynnetby = East EastI EastLynnejby I Lynneby Amateurs at Alex Alexandria Alexandria Alexandria ¬ andriaUntil andria andriaUntU andriaUnttI Until recently in that ancient and andhonorable andhonorable andhonorable honorable city jast acres the be Potomac Potomacthere Potomactbere Potomactbere tbere was an institution known as 8S the theAlexandria theAlexandrIa theAlexandria Alexandria Dramatic Dram tlc Cub Their ren renditions renL rent ¬ L t f ditions were WH highly hJ highlyi highlyicreditable hly creditable and mostsueceesfnl most mostsuccessful mostn n successful and they th y gave a number of ofperformances oti o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

r r m COLORED t Dll fmnitGTONw TQ n tt BOOKS BY > > > PAUL P AULLAURENCE LAURENCE DUNBAR DUNBARThe The r he Talented Colored WriterLyrics Writer WriterLyrics WriterI Lyrics of Lowly Lifo Poems IQUIO 6mo cloth clothLyrics I I iF iFLyricS 125 125Lyrics 125Lyrics Lyrics of the HearthSide Poems 16 mo cloth clothFolks ii 125 125Folks 125Folks Folks From Dixie Btory 12 mo cloth IllnBtratafl IllnBtrataflShe M rf < 125 1255M 125She She Uncalled Story S oy 12 nso z cloth clothPoems ti rtt r 125 125poems s Poems of Cabin andF old 8 yo cloth Illustrated t 150 1505M E EShe 66 5M Strength of Gideon Story 12mo l mo cloth Illustrated IllustratedShe 125 1255M She Love of Landry 8 Story lory 12tno 12 o cloth clothE6 125the 125 1255h the E6 Fanatcs Story 12mo cloth clothCandle 150 150Candle f fCandle Candle L Lighten ghtln Tmo Poems 10 emf 8 vo cloth Illustrated IllustratedFOR 1S0 1S0OR i 5Q 5Qs 5QFOR s < FOR OR SALE AT ALL BooKSToRES BOOKSTORE3Publishers BOOKSTORES f S Dodd Mead 8 com...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

> I msssasaagsfjSsit 4 4I 4t < 1 4 XHM COLORED AMERICAN W ABKOf ARmlfGTOlf GTOHj A 0 0ens I r I I t r II rt TI TIf + I f Straightens ens Kinky Kin KinkyCurIys KinkyCurIysI ky Curly Hair HairTRADE r I TRADE IARK I + Y c 1 4 r tfoRE r FTER FTERf f + Z I 43 43I j N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause the theI IT I I hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thesole thesole I sole idea tp get your hardearned cash and give you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessJLL worthlessgreases worthlessgreases JLL greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof of the United States of America on every box of OZONO King of all HairGrowers and HairStraighteners This trademark con consists consists consilts ¬ sists o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

lll g gATi l J AJlEBIOAN ATi EICAN 1VABflj ARRTt ti lulf j a u r MME MME DAVIS LAVISi Born Clairvoyant fi CardReadei CardReadeiTells Card Roadei RoadeiI I Tells about business Removes RemovespelLa RemoveBpellJ Removespelt pelt and andEvil Evil Influences Ke Kenites BenUes RenitestheBeparated nites nitestheBeparated the Separated and Gives GivesLuck GivesLuck Givesluck Luck to all Cures Piles and andDrunkenness andDrunkenness andDrunkenness Drunkenness 1228 25th St n w Washington D 00 00No 0 0tr O1JiIr tr No letters answered unless unes8 ao aoouipanied acompsnIed soompanled ouipanied by stamp stampCMS stampr rY c cQ CMS Q MADE psp pspCIE OTAWTP OTAWTPIHIN6BV IHIN6BV AKY F1C S SPISE r PISE WORli WoAT AT LOW PRICE PRICES1 PRICES1The I I ty1 ty1The Y The Hotel Brunswick y9 235 p p PfNNYLYANIA NNiTtvANiA AVE AND 220 B ST NW NWOn NWOn N W WOn On European Plan PlanJ PlanFlflt 7 7Firot J Frat Class in Every Particular ParticularJ 4 1 J G VAN ERAOKLE ERAOKLEPnOPRItTORi BRA OKLE OKLEPItOPltlf...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

b V c ct j j i i I t X5OR OOfcORKB AMERICA DTrl LO H ft t 1 1l l HOW TO TOf WRTE W TE 1 UFe Ue pen and ink Inkw 2 Write only on one aide of the pa paper paper pai ¬ i per 3 Leave marginal head and sides of ofyonr ofyour ofF ofyour F your paper papert t 4 Spell and write every word cor correctly correctly corredly ¬ rectly rectlyParBgraph redlyG 5 Paragraph and punctuate your yourcopy youri yourf f i copy asiyou want It ltta tto to appear appearin appcarIn appearin in print 6 Do not write long articles articlesThe art1clesTho articlesThe The above rules must be strictlyobeyed strictly strictlyobeyed strIctlyobeyed obeyed by all persons sending ns arti articles srHolea artiolee cles for publication publlcnt on tf iffa tfCity 1 fa City Paragraphs ParagraphsP P H Evans spentr apfmts6vfral several aev ral days with withhi8 withhta withhis his family f mt1y In Richmond Va VaMJB Va1l1a VaI I MJB tcs Bu B y bara Cole if < f Frankford Pa Pawill Pawill Pawill will visit friends in tbis ort...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

j t fop 1 r t Iil IilVOL YL IX NO 43 WASF V ASHIN k TTNTONT X TONn 0 FE3RUARY FE3RU AllY 1100 1 1 900 PRICE FIVE CENTS CENTSt t i REV REVriE EW E > W LAMPTONCHOSEN LAMPTONCHOSEN LAMPTON LAMPTONCHOSEN CHOSEN FINANCIAL SECRE SECRETARY SECRETARYOF SECRETARY TARY TARYOF OF A M ME E CHURCH CHURCHHis His Interesting Career as Minister Bus Business BusIness Business ¬ iness ManlMaLSon Man Mason and Editor A Pop Popvilar Popu vilar u I a r SelectlonHlgher Selection Hi Ker Honors in inStore inStore inStore Store at Next Conference ConferenceRev V S SRev V V VRev + Rev E W Lamrton of Mississippi Mississippihas has been elected financial eeoreiary of ofthe orthe ofthe the A M J E Connection ConnectionHe ConnectionEeflds He Eeflds fills the rose made vacant by the thedeath thedeatb thedeath death of Rev P A Hubbard Hub bard wno was waschosen wascbosen waschosen chosen as secretary of finance at the thegf thegfl1 thegeneral gfl1 general gf ner rlil il conference at Columbus Ohio Ohioi i 1 100...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

r rI Ii r I i 2 THE COLORED AKERIGAST 1UIEltI AN N WASEDGSTTO W WASi INGTO JS JL j 1 > C 1 > j Address ddresJ al all communica communications tiIDS for these columns to th the = Department Editor Mrs 1 T Silane Yates YatesPresidtnt Presldtnt National A50cl Associtton tlon of Colored Women 2122 Tracy Jracy Ave Kansas CIty Mo Moi 1 i 1 I ROYAL TODAY TODAYToday TODAYi TODAYj t i j Today oday the prlncelj pr < el child < hlld of yesterday yesterdayISmergei yesterdayEmerges rosterdayi i Emerges Emeriestlom from the parents regal b bow bowFor ow owFor owFor For action actlol11nllY sully armed in rich array arrayLike arrayLike arrayLike Like 1allas f alias from tilt tbiheid heed olZeaus ot Zeaul great greatApollo greatApollo 1 Apollo bows befoe his royal lace laceAnd taceAnd laceAnd And floods t100 80t of otllghtdlsperse light disperse oe hill andvae andvaeThe andvaeThe h The laud Is bethed bethet1In In majjaty maj m aj tsty And nd grace graceBy gracei graceBy i By Him who felt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

1i1 THE COLORED AMERICAN IERICAN WASHINGTON D C 3 R 1 a I SHREDS SHREDSAND SIRIE D Dt O J JPATCHES t AND ANDi i PATCHES S 9 k There are 40 000 Negroes in Si S Louis LUJsand Loinsand Louisand and among tbem many first clssi c1zs car carpenters carpenter carpentera ¬ penters and brickmasons yet because becauseof b Jcause Jcauseof of their color they are rxlnded f x laded from fromwork fromwork fromwork work on all the great buildings bUiid ngs in all allthe aUthe allthe the great machine shops and from a1tI a1 a1the a11 a11tro the tI e main trunk lines of legitimate in industry 10du industry ¬ dustry du tr1 They are still permitted to tobreak tobreak tobreak break rock roc in the street to dig ditches ditchesto to clean out sewtrs to drive drays draysha draysha drayst t ha ke and coal wagons but from all allthe 811the 1 the higher grades rades of work which call callfor callft1r callijr for skill and which command betttr betttrwags betttrwags betttrwages wags they are as absolutely 8b...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

k o I 14 TTTfl COLORED AMERICAN A r1i1RIOAN WASHINGTON 1V D C MAY GET THEIR MONEY MONEYHon MONEYHon MONEYHon Hon George W Prince Cham Championing Championing Chainpioning ¬ pioning a Bill to Reimburse ReimburseDepositors ReimburseDepositors ReimburseDepositors Depositors of the theDefunct Defunct Freed Freedmens Freedmens Freedmens mens Bc BankHow nk How Success May Maybe Maybe Maybe be Achieved AchievedIf i If the bn b 11 recant rdcantll Intridrc lofT uh c d in inronicres3 int1 inr r t1 Al Congress r oJtre89 by H Rn m George G r e W Prince rf rfIHnois 11 1 IHnois h cpTse a law tbe depo deVozitcr deVozitcrIn itrr itrrin itri i 1 in the 1 II 1 fatfdFreedmenH fatrd fatu1FreedmensRankwill Freedmeo Bank will b bpaid bp bppaid bepaid paid the hatance due tlU tb lhFm lhFmIt thFmI m mIr I Ir is el tiucerely lIJcer leerely Jy hoped th thlt t this de delayed delayed deeyed layed act of justice can h brnucbtabo brnn btabo it itand ttand 1 and the colored pro 1 ill 11 over the 3 HON GEORGE W P...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

r r1tm C OtoRi LOREfi i AMtttCilt fWA t WA W S Grro tl O REV RE T J H COLLETT COLLETTBusiness COLLETTBusiness Business Manager of the A M E Publishing House Phila Fa NEW BUSINESS BUSIN MANAGER MANAGERRev MA AGER I IRev IRev Rev John H Collett Takes TaJcesCharge TakesCharge TakesCharge Charge of She Publishing House Houseof Houseof Houseof of She A M E Church His Re Remsxrkecble Rem Remarkable msxrkecble m rkable Record a as s a Fira Finan Financier Financier r rRev cier cierR cierRe Rev R Re y John H Ct C f llett D D who has hasben hasb hasb ben b en appointed General Business Man ManBuer ManB Manseer seer B Or of the A 1 M E Publishing House Houspi i 631 Fine Street Philadelphia Pa J Is a anatfve anatte anative native of Wilmington NC but he has hasresided hasIeslded hasresided resided In Maryland for more than thantwenty thantwenty thantwenty twenty years having spent most of ofthat otthat ofthat that time in ministerial work in Balti Baltimore BaItimore Ba1Umore more City At the ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

w j I i G THE 7 Ir COLO1U COLORED D AMERICAN A rERIC N 1VASf V SIIINGTON GTON D C oo p t OR COP i We gather from the esteemed New NewYork NewYork NewYork York Age that Mr Fortune la not notpleased Dotplea8ed notpleased pleased with the treatment the Negro Nfgtoii ii receiving at the hands of Mr Be b bLiwsref bLwa bL L Liwsref Lwa warefirm reflrm rm administration Mr For Fortunes Fortunes Fortunes tunes protest profe t is a just one It appear appearthat appearFth appearsthat race element is re rec r rc ree that th t nearly every and all were ac accorded accld accurded ¬ ours d c gn gnz Z2d z except corded cld d a cheerful audience Mr Low Lowan L1wan L w wan an worath w wpra > rs thsCltizens CltizenaProteciveLeagues CltizenaProteciveLeagueskl Protective League Le uetI uetIkbk 1 ki kbk k by s lemnly pointing to a lone lonecsrksbip lonec loneearkehip c csrksbip as our reward r ward for the part we weplayed weplaYEd weplayed played in the the unhors unhorsng ng of Tammany TammanyAnd T...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 February 1902

Y + 1 t T1t Tt COLOI LORJflD E1 AjtERICAN AMm IoAN W WASHINGTO1 ASRINGTON D C 7 ark E i WANTS ACADEMIES OPENED OPENEDA j z A New Agitation forAdmission for Admission of ofYoung ofy ofYoung Young y oung AfroAmericans Afro AfroAmeric Americans ns to West WestPoint Westpoint WestPoint Point e and nd Annapolis Confer Conference Conference ¬ Confer ence Here HereThe HereThe HereThe The Negro Baptist Ministers Cjnfer Conference Cjnference CJnference ence of Boston and vicinity starts a new newagitation newagitation 4 agitation tht may yield fruit A meet meetmeetms meetmeet1D meetmeeting meeting in S So Paua Baptist Church a afew afeW afee few days ago the following resolution reeolutionwas resolutionKeaolved reeolutlonwas was t dopJed dopJedReiolved dopledResolved Resolved That the Negro Biptist BiptistMinisters B Iptlst IptlstMIDlsters tptlstMinisters Ministers Conference Conf rence of Boston B > ston and andTlcinity andvIcinity andvicinity vIcinity request its corresponding correlpon...

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