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Convention of "colored" clubs in New Orleans
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|City/State/Country:||New Orleans, LA, United States|
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The New Orleans Times, Aug. 8, 1875 reports that the Athletic BBC of that city calls of a convention of the "colored" cubs of that city to form a colored club association.
Prof. John Blassingame writes that there were 13 "colored" clubs in New Orleans in 1875.
The New Orleans Times, Aug. 8, 1875
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1875.1 Convention of "colored" clubs in New Orleans"
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