Letters on the Colonization Society

with a view of its probable results ... addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer.
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American Colonization Society, African Americans -- Colonization -- Africa, Li

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Liberia., Af

SeriesThe American Negro, his history and literature.
ContributionsMercer, Charles Fenton, 1778-1858.
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LC ClassificationsE448 .G24 1968
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5601054M
LC Control Number68007602

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Book/Printed Material Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character.

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Letter I: The Southampton massacre ; Difference between the state of slavery in Greece and Rome, and in the United States ; Various plans of colonization ; Objects of the Colonization Society (Philadelphia, April 8, ) -- Letter II: Early plans of colonization ; Mr.

Jefferson's and Mr. Thornton's ; Resolve of the legislature of Virginia ; Ineffectual negotiations ; Formation of the Colonization Society. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Kentucky Colonization Society. Books from the extended shelves: Kentucky Colonization Society: Letters on the Colonization Society: and its probable results; under the following heads: the origin of the society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other.

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C.F. Mercer. [Mathew Carey; Charles Fenton Mercer]. "Letters on the Colonization Society" Antebellum () Pamphlet supporting the American Colonization Society, published in response to "the ardent opposition" of "some of our white citizens, and by a number of the free coloured population.".

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Letters on the Colonization Society, and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society, increase of the coloured population, manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies in favour of the Society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil.

Letters on the Colonization Society with a view of its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the society, increase of the coloured population, manumission of slaves in this country, declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the Society, situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns, moral and religious character of the.

Letters on the Colonization Society, with a view of its probable results: under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the Society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns, moral and religious character of the.

Letters on the Colonization Society and of its probable results: under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the Society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns, moral and religious character of the settlers, soil.

Correspondence, financial and business papers, reports, and miscellaneous material relating to administrative and financial matters, membership, slavery and status of slaves in the pre-Civil War period, and emigration, colonization, and education in Liberia. Includes William McLain's papers and letterbooks of the Massachusetts Colonization Society.

Address of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society. n.d. A letter from Gen. Harper, of Maryland, to Elias B. Caldwell, Esq., Secretary of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour, in the United States with their own consent, Aug Baltimore, Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results; under the following heads: the origin of the society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other towns.

American Colonization Society: Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, president of the American Colonization Society, and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, chairman of the General Committee of the African Civilization Society, on the colonization and civilization of Africa.

With other documents on the same subject. American colonization society. [from old catalog], African Americans -- Colonization Africa, Liberia.

[from old catalog] Publisher Philadelphia, Stereotyped by L. Johnson Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language EnglishPages: Book/Printed Material The color question: a letter written for the sixtieth annual meeting of the American Colonization Society, Washington, D.

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Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky Colonization Society. First published in First published in New-York: American Anti-Slavery Society.

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The American Colonization Society was formed in Washington, DC, in to establish a colony in Africa for free people of color residing in the US. Most of the documents found here are letters between Liberia and representatives of the Society.

Many cover fundraising issues relating to support and education in the newly-formed country. You will also find account books. American Colonization Society, Recording Secretary, letter, [2] p. Mss4Ama4. A letter, May 8, of J. Lugenbeel, as recording secretary of the American Colonization Society, ap parently in response to a letter from William J.

Winston of Louisa County concerning the cost and methods of sending freed slaves to Liberia. This. Get this from a library!

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[Mathew Carey; Charles Fenton Mercer; Library of Congress. National Digital Library Program.; African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)].The collection is particularly strong in Birney's political activities with the American Colonization Society, the American Anti-Slavery Society, and the Liberty Party; his role as an abolitionist writer and as the founder and editor of The Philanthropist; and his personal communications with his family and friends.

Condition of the American colored population, and of the colony at Liberia by American Colonization Society Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Dear Master: Letters of a Slave Family by Randall M.

Miller (Editor).