Life[ edit ] Bell was born into slavery in August and raised on a cotton farm in Mississippi. In about he escaped as a " contraband " and moved to St. She died December 18, Celia and Cyrus had 11 children.
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Bell as secretary  In September,Bell organized a meeting with Dr. Celia and Cyrus had 11 children. Monday, January 11,p. Southern oppression and northern caste were denounced.
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Saturday, November 20,p. In this capacity, he was refused admission to a Methodist Episcopal convention in because his selection to the convention had not occurred in the presence of the missionary ased to the black mission. The motion was especially disliked by delegates who did not live in Omaha  Civil rights[ edit ] Bell frequently took part in local meetings to discuss the condition of African Americans.
He was an officer of another black political club, the Mutual Interest Club, in The Proceedings--Officers Elected--Addresses". XIV, Issue 47, p. Wednesday, January 19,p. In about he escaped as a " contraband " and moved to St. Friday, February 28, The Sentinel was noted in its pro-Democrat, pro- Grover Cleveland stance, and the three papers became rivals.
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Their oldest son, Eugene M. Franklin began publishing the Enterprise later owned and edited by John Albert Williams.
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Thomas, Silas Robbins, and Overall attended. Friday, October 23,p.
United States Work Projects Administration. Saturday, May 3, Thursday, August 26, Barnett began publishing a black newspaper in Omaha called The Progress.
Saturday, April 25,p.