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Proceedings of the Cincinnati Colonization Society

Cincinnati Colonization Society.

Proceedings of the Cincinnati Colonization Society

at the annual meeting, January 14, 1833.

by Cincinnati Colonization Society.

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Published by Printed by F.S. Benton in Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • African Americans -- Colonization -- Africa.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPub. by order of the managers.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE448 .C56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination17 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6531718M
      LC Control Number11014815
      OCLC/WorldCa25491490

      Lewis Tappan ( – J ) was a New York abolitionist who worked to achieve freedom for the enslaved Africans aboard the was also among the founders of the American Missionary Association in , which began more than anti-slavery Congregational churches throughout the Midwest, and after the American Civil War, founded numerous schools and Born: , Northampton, Massachusetts. A gentleman here, who defended that Society, presided at the meeting when these remarks were made; and, though one of the speakers on that occasion, he had no word of censure, and did not even disapprove of these insulting remarks made in his presence. This Society is in perfect harmony with our old enemy, the Colonization Society.

      Immigration to Kansas Bibliography. This list is a compilation of general materials on the history of immigration to Kansas. All of these books are available to researchers in the Research Room of the Kansas State Historical Society. Adamic, Louis. A Nation of Nations. New York, NY: Harper and Bros., (GL /Ad15). PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEMI-CENTENARY CELEBRATION OF THE African Methodist Episcopal Church of Cincinnati, HELD IN ALLEN TEMPLE, February 8th, 9th, and 10th, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE COLORED SCHOOLS; ALSO A LIST OF THE CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES OF THE CITY. EDITED BY REV. B.W. ARNETT, .

      All things to all people: the American Colonization Society in Kentucky, (thesis) All we had was each other: the Black community of Madison, Indiana: an oral history of the Black community of Madison, Indiana. Along the color line, explorations in the Black experience [essays] Altoona mirror (newspaper) Alumni newsletter (periodical). A HISTORY OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH By Nathan Bangs Volume III, Published in (From The Year To The Year ) NOTICE TO THE READER The favorable manner in which the first and second volumes of this History have been received, induces me to add a third, in the hope that it may increase the stock of useful information in.


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