Author: Colored Monitor Union Club

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Excerpts from Equal Suffrage: Address from the Colored Citizens of Norfolk, Va., to the People of the United States. Also an Account of the Agitation among the Colored People of Virginia for Equal Rights. With an Appendix Concerning the Rights of Colored Witnesses before the State Courts (1865)

In Equal Suffrage: Address from the Colored Citizens of Norfolk, Va., to the People of the United States, adopted on June 5, 1865, members of the Colored Monitor Union of Norfolk articulate the many legal disabilities faced by African Americans.

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