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The Colored citizen (newspaper) (Louisville, KY)


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The newspaper began as the organ of the Convention of Colored Men in Kentucky, beginning in 1866. It was published in Louisville, KY and edited by Horace Morris, John H. Mason, and Marsh Woodson. [source: "The Colored Citizen," Colored Citizen (Cincinnati, OH), 05/19/1866, p.2.]


Related Entries Citing this Entry

NKAA Entry:  Morris, Horace
NKAA Entry:  Murry, Philip H. [The Colored Kentuckian]
NKAA Entry:  Convention of Colored Men of Kentucky
NKAA Entry:  Reid, Daniel Isaiah
NKAA Entry:  Kentucky African American Newspapers

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“The Colored citizen (newspaper) (Louisville, KY),” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed March 28, 2023,

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