The black laws! : speech of Hon. B.W. Arnett of Greene County, and Hon. J.A. Brown of Cuyahoga County, in the Ohio House of Representatives, March 10, 1886
Arnett examines the civil rights of African Americans in Ohio, Jim Crow laws and segregation, and African American education in Ohio schools, and he pleads for repeal of Ohio's segregation laws, the text of which are reproduced here. Arnett, a prominent AME cleric, represented Greene County in the Ohio State Legislature from 1885-1887.
"Black laws of Ohio since 1802": p. -40.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LC copy imperfect: cover wanting. Title transcription and imprint from OCLC (#4896267).