1849, English, Book edition: Report of the minority of the committee upon the petitions of John T. Hilton and others, colored citizens of Boston, praying for the abolition of the Smith School, and that colored children may be permitted to attend the other schools of the city submitted by Charles Theo. Russell, at a meeting of the School Committee of Boston, holden August 29th, 1849. [electronic resource] Boston (Mass.). School Committee.

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  • 13 p. ;
Published
  • Boston Printed by order of the School Committee 1849
Language
  • English

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  • Report of the minority of the committee upon the petitions of John T. Hilton and others, colored citizens of Boston, praying for the abolition of the Smith School, and that colored children may be permitted to attend the other schools of the city submitted by Charles Theo. Russell, at a meeting of the School Committee of Boston, holden August 29th, 1849.
Author
  • Boston (Mass.). School Committee.
Other Authors
  • Russell, Charles Theodore, 1815-1896.
Published
  • Boston Printed by order of the School Committee 1849
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  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 13 p. ;
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  • English
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