John Thomas Rapier (November 13, 1837 – May 31, 1883) was an African American politician during the Reconstruction Era. He served as a United States Representative from Alabama, he served from 1873 until 1875. Born free, he was educated in Canada and Scotland before being admitted to the bar in Tennessee. He was a nationally prominent figure in the Republican Party as one of seven blacks serving in the 43rd Congress. He worked in 1874 for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1875, which guaranteed access to accommodations.

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  • John Thomas Rapier (November 13, 1837 – May 31, 1883) was an African American politician during the Reconstruction Era. He served as a United States Representative from Alabama, he served from 1873 until 1875. Born free, he was educated in Canada and Scotland before being admitted to the bar in Tennessee. He was a nationally prominent figure in the Republican Party as one of seven blacks serving in the 43rd Congress. He worked in 1874 for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1875, which guaranteed access to accommodations. (en)
  • James Thomas Rapier (* 13. November 1837 in Florence, Alabama; † 31. Mai 1883 in Montgomery, Alabama) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker (Republikanische Partei). Er kam als freier Afroamerikaner zur Welt und nicht wie andere jener Zeit in der Sklaverei. (de)
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  • John Thomas Rapier (November 13, 1837 – May 31, 1883) was an African American politician during the Reconstruction Era. He served as a United States Representative from Alabama, he served from 1873 until 1875. Born free, he was educated in Canada and Scotland before being admitted to the bar in Tennessee. He was a nationally prominent figure in the Republican Party as one of seven blacks serving in the 43rd Congress. He worked in 1874 for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1875, which guaranteed access to accommodations. (en)
  • James Thomas Rapier (* 13. November 1837 in Florence, Alabama; † 31. Mai 1883 in Montgomery, Alabama) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker (Republikanische Partei). Er kam als freier Afroamerikaner zur Welt und nicht wie andere jener Zeit in der Sklaverei. (de)
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