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


    The following oration was delivered at Avondale, on the
Fourth of July. It was prepared hastily, and was not originally
intended for publication; but by unanimous vote, at the conclu-
sion of its delivery, it was ordered printed.
    I very much regret that time forbids its revision; but, with
all its imperfections I must send it to the public, with the hope
that its pages will furnish some measure of instruction and
pleasure, to my many friends who, judging its utterances wise,
have urged its immediate publication.
                                                   G. W. W.
  CINCINNATI, OHIO, July 5, 1876.




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

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