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Centennial: The American Negro from 1776-1876; Oration Delivered at Avondale, Ohio, 1876
			


			              CENTENNIAL.


			         THE AMERICAN NEGRO,




			         FROM  1776 TO 1876.



			   ORATION DELIVERED JULY 4, 1876,



 			          AT AVONDALE, OHIO,

			                 BY

			        REV. GEO. W. WILLIAMS.



  "I will sing a new song which resounds in my breast; never was a song good or beau-
tiful which resembled any other."--D'Auvergne.







		                   CINCINNATI:
		        ROBERT CLARKE & CO., PRINTERS.
		                       1876.




			
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Centennial: The American Negro from 1776-1876; Oration Delivered at Avondale, Ohio, 1876

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