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Eugenia "Jean" Murrell Capers, a native of Georgetown, Kentucky, was the first African American assistant police prosecutor in Cleveland, Ohio, and first African American city council person of any major U. S. city.

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Banks, William Webb - 1862 - 1925

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  1. 2011-03-31 (First draft)
  2. 2012-05-01 (Second draft)

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