A Colored Juror At the opening of the September term of the Brooklyn City Court on Monday, Mr. Robert Johnson, a colored man, was impanneled as a juror. He served on one case, and appeared to act quite intelligently. The fact of the presence of a colored man in the jury box, however, was the cause of considerable. remark. Here is another proof that color-prejudice is vincible. The first colored student at Harvard College, Mr. Richard T. Greener, entered the Freshman class on Friday. He is a young many of sterling character, and has the best wishes of many.
(Liberator, Sep 22, 1865, pg 2)