Book/Printed Material A national appeal : addressed to the American Negro and the friends of human liberty : may we be permitted to peacefully live as common citizens of the country that is as dear to us as life, or must we submit to the cruel, merciless judgment of Judge Lynch, the faggot, and the enemy's bullet?

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A national appeal : addressed to the American Negro and the friends of human liberty : may we be permitted to peacefully live as common citizens of the country that is as dear to us as life, or must we submit to the cruel, merciless judgment of Judge Lynch, the faggot, and the enemy's bullet?
Summary
Taylor, at this time president of the National Colored Men's Protective Association of America, appeals to his fellow African Americans to stand up and demand that the Republican Party protect them and their right to vote or face loss of African Americans support.
Contributor Names
Taylor, Geo. E. (George E.)
National Colored Men's Protective Association of America.
Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Oskaloosa, Iowa : National Colored Men's Protective Ass'n of America, 1892?]
Subject Headings
-  African Americans--Race identity
-  African Americans--Crimes against
Notes
-  Caption title.
-  Signed on p. [4]: Geo. E. Taylor, Pres. National Colored Men's Protective Ass'n of America, Oskaloosa, Iowa, July 14, 1892.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
[4] p. ; 18 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E449 .D16 vol. C, no. 3
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lcrbmrp.t0c03
Library of Congress Control Number
90898326
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Taylor, at this time president of the National Colored Men's Protective Association of America, appeals to his fellow African Americans to stand up and demand that the Republican Party protect them and their right to vote or face loss of African Americans support.
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Chicago citation style:

Taylor, Geo. E, National Colored Men'S Protective Association Of America, and Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. A national appeal: addressed to the American Negro and the friends of human liberty: may we be permitted to peacefully live as common citizens of the country that is as dear to us as life, or must we submit to the cruel, merciless judgment of Judge Lynch, the faggot, and the enemy's bullet?. [Oskaloosa, Iowa: National Colored Men's Protective Ass'n of America, ?, 1892] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/90898326/.

APA citation style:

Taylor, G. E., National Colored Men'S Protective Association Of America & Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. (1892) A national appeal: addressed to the American Negro and the friends of human liberty: may we be permitted to peacefully live as common citizens of the country that is as dear to us as life, or must we submit to the cruel, merciless judgment of Judge Lynch, the faggot, and the enemy's bullet?. [Oskaloosa, Iowa: National Colored Men's Protective Ass'n of America, ?] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/90898326/.

MLA citation style:

Taylor, Geo. E, National Colored Men'S Protective Association Of America, and Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. A national appeal: addressed to the American Negro and the friends of human liberty: may we be permitted to peacefully live as common citizens of the country that is as dear to us as life, or must we submit to the cruel, merciless judgment of Judge Lynch, the faggot, and the enemy's bullet?. [Oskaloosa, Iowa: National Colored Men's Protective Ass'n of America, ?, 1892] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/90898326/>.