Petition of the National Executive Committee of the Colored People, praying that public instruction in the District of Columbia may be given without proscription of any class on account of color
by National Executive Committee of the Colored People
Washington DC: [GPO], 1870. Single sheet printed both sides, disbound rather crudely from a larger volume, with uneven tear line down the left. 41st Congress, 2d session, Senate, Mis. Doc. no. 130. "... Because it pleased God (whom white and black in common address as 'Our Father') to have some of his children white and some black, a stigma shall not be placed on the latter, saying, though virtuous and honorable, being black, you may be proscribed in receiving public instruction, as is true to-day in the District of Columbia.
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