Call Number (LC) Title Results
E448 .B114 2005 Back to Africa : Benjamin Coates and the colonization movement in America, 1848-1880 / 1
E448 .B33 1833i Review of pamphlets on slavery and colonization first published in the quarterly Christian spectator, for March, 1833. 1
E448 .B57 1834i Letter on colonization, addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky Colonization Society 1
E448 .B58 1858i Speech of Hon. Frank P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri on the acquisition of territory in Central and South America, to be colonized with free blacks, and held as a dependency by the United States : with an appendix / 1
E448 .B61 1834 Letter on colonization, addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky colonization society / 1
E448 .B615 The longest way home : Chief Alfred C. Sam's back-to-Africa movement / 1
E448 .B66 The African problem, and the method of its solution : the annual discourse delivered at the seventy-third anniversary of the American Colonization Society, in the Church of the Covenant, Washington, D.C., January 19, 1890 / 1
E448 .B665 The origin and purpose of African colonization being the annual discourse delivered at the sixty-sixth anniversary of the American Colonization Society, held in the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., Sunday, January 14, 1883 / 1
E448 .B75 1833i British opinions of the American Colonization Society 1
E448 .B85 To live in peace / 1
E448 .B955 2005 Slavery and the peculiar solution : a history of the American Colonization Society /
Slavery and the peculiar solution a history of the American Colonization Society /
2
E448 .B955 2008 Slavery and the peculiar solution : a history of the American Colonization Society / 1
E448 .C17 Maryland in Africa; the Maryland State Colonization Society, 1831-1857.
Maryland in Africa : the Maryland State Colonization Society, 1831-1857.
2
E448 .C37 1832i 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, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic : addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer / 1
E448 .C372 1832i Reflections on the causes that led to the formation of the Colonization Society with a view of its probable results : under the following heads: the increase of the coloured population; the origin of the Colonization Society; the manumission of slaves in this country; the declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the Society; the situation of the colonists at Monrovia and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; the soil and climate of Liberia, its productions and commerce; the advantages to the free coloured population by emigration to Liberia; the character of the natives of Africa, before the irruption of the barbarians; the effects of the colonization on the slave trade--with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic / 1
E448 .C55 1969 Ethiopia: her gloom and glory : as illustrated in the history of the slave trade and slavery, the rise of the Republic of Liberia, and the progress of African missions / 1
E448 .C64 1820i Journal of Daniel Coker a descendant of Africa, from the time of leaving New York, in the ship Elizabeth, Capt. Sebor, on a voyage for Sherbro, in Africa, in company with three agents, and about ninety persons of colour : wth an appendix. 1
E448 .C65 1832i Colonization of the free colored population of Maryland and of such slaves as may hereafter become free : statement of facts, for the use of those who have not yet reflected on this important subject. 1
E448 .C68 1820 Journal of Daniel Coker : a descendant of Africa, from the time of leaving New York, in the ship Elizabeth, Capt. Sebor, on a voyage for Sherbro, in Africa, in company with three agents, and about ninety persons of colour. : The Rev. Samuel Bacon, John B. Bankson, Samuel S. Crozer. Agents. : With an appendix. 1
E448 .C719 The Colonizationist and journal of freedom 1