Wichita Weekly Beacon clipping

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Carter, Hannibal C., 1835-1904; Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901

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They Will Meet at Indianapolis and Denounce President Harrison.

INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 1. Colored men from all over the country were here attending the meeting of the Colored Men's National Protective association. The association took a decided stand against the republican party. The committee on resolutions, composed of E. E. Cooper of this city, Hannibal C. Carter of Chicago and S. L. Marsh of Des Moines, presented the following resolution, which was adopted:

"Resolved, That the National Colored Men's Protective association of America, while in session in Indianapolis, Ind., September 23, 1892, denounce the candidacy and administration of Benjamin Harrison and his conduct toward the Afro-Americans of the United States as being unworthy of the support of the colored voters of the country.




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