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THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 4th Annual Edition, 1916-1917
Volume 496, Page 77   View pdf image (33K)
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Johns Hopklns University of Baltimore, one of the leading Institutions
of learning In the United States, cordially recognizes the colored race In
its Invitations to ministers to address Its Y. M. C. A. On Sunday, Jan-
uary 23, Rev. W. H. Weaver, of the Madison Street Presbyterian Church,
addressed about one hundred of the students. The better educated men
are. the less prejudiced they are against color.—The Educator, February,


Colored public schools in Baltimore in 1870 were as follows:

Male No. 1—No. 5 Lexington St., John R. Roche, Principal.

Male No. 2— Douglas and East Sts.. D. J. Cummings, Principal.

Male No. 3—No. 77 Camden St. John L. Valets, Principal.

Male No. 4—Middle St. near Pennsylvania Ave., S. R. Wolfe, Principal.

Male No. 5—Eastern Ave, near Broadway, W. V. Wallon, Principal.

Male No. 6—Montgomery near Hanover St., J. M. Armstrong, Principal.

Male No. 7—Stockman near Baltimore St., George Scott. Principal.

Female Schools Nos. 1, 3, 5 and 6. occupied same building with Male
School of same number Female No. 2 was corner Thompson and YouDg
Sts., and Female No. 4 on Orchard St. near Druid Hill Ave.

Only one of these buildings was owned by the city, that occupied by
No. 5; all the others were rented.


Hiram R. Revels (Born In Fayettevllle. 8. C., September 1st, 1822);
Senator; Mississippi; Term, 1870-1871.

Blanche K. Bruce (Born a slave in Prince Edward Co., Va.. March 1st,
18411 ; Senator; Mississippi; Term, 1875-1881.

Jefferson F. Long (Born In Georgia); Congressman; Georgia; Term,

Joseph H. Rainey (Born in Georgetown, S. C.. June 21, 1832) ; Congress-
man; South Carolina; Term, 1869-1877.

Robert C. DeLarge (Bom in Aiken, S. C.. March 15, 1842) ; Congress
man; South Carolina; Term, 1871.

Benj. S. Turner (Bom in Halifax, N. C., March 17, 1825) ; Congressman,
Alabama: Term, 1871-1873.

Robert Brown Ellicott (Born in Boston. Mass.. October 11, 1842); Con-
gressman: South Carolina; Term, 1871-1873.

Josiah T. Walls (Born in Winchester. Va.. December 30, 1842) ; Con-
gressman; Florida; Term. 1871-187!).

Richard H. Calu (Born in Greenbrier Co., Va.. April 12, 1825) ; Congress
man; South Carolina; Term, 1873-1877.

Alonzo J. Ramsler (Born in Charleston. S. C.. January 8, 1836); Con-
gressman ; South Carolina : Term. 1873-1874.

John H. Lynch (Born In Concordia Parish. La.. September 10, 1847);
Congressman . Mississippi; Term, 1881-1883

Charles K. Nash (Born In Opelousis, La.); Congressman; Louisiana;
Term. 1875.

John A. Hyman (Born a slave in Warren Co.. N. C., July 21. 1840);
Congressman; North Carolina; Term, 1875

James T. Rapier (Burn In Florence, Ala., 1840); Congressman; Ala-
bama; Term. 1873-1875

Jere Haralson (Born In Muscogee County, Ga.. April 1st. 1846); Con-
gressman: Alabama Term, 1875-1877.

Robert Small (Born April 5th. 1839. In Beaufort, S. C.) ; Congressman;
South Carolina; Term. 1875-79, 81-83

James O'Hara (Born in New York City February 20th, 1844) ; Congress-
man . North Carolina; Term. 1883-1887

John M. Langston (Born In Louisa County. Va. December 14th, 1829);
Congressman; Virginia; Term. 1881-1881.

Thomas K Miller (Born In Beaufort County, S. C., June 17th, 1848);
Congressman: South Carolina: Term. 1889-1891.

Henry P. Cheatham (Born in Granville. K. C,., December 27th, 1867 ;
Congressman; North Carolina; Term, 1889-1896

Geo. W. Murray (Bom In Sumpter County, S. C., September 22nd, 1863);
Congressman; South Carolina, Term, 1892-1896.

Geo. H. White (Born In Bladen County. N. C., December 18, 1852) ; Con-
gressman ; North Carolina; Term, 1897-1901.


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