Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the American Colonization Society…January 20th, 1852. To which is added an Appendix, containing Information about going to Liberia…


Founded in 1816, the American Colonization Society promoted the migration of free Black Americans to Africa. The society’s Thirty-Fifth Annual Report publishes remarks by its members, such as Daniel Webster, and a report on seven expeditions of emigrants to Liberia.

A 16-page appendix—“Information about going to Liberia,” provides practical information for emigrants on clothing, climate, education, political and religious privileges, etc. With an extended “Table of Emigrants” showing the numbers sent by the Society to Liberia from each state from 1820 to 1851 (91 voyages).


Description: Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the American Colonization Society…January 20th, 1852. To which is added an Appendix, containing Information about going to Liberia…

Washington [D.C.]: C. Alexander, 1852. [1], 6–52pp. 8vo. Pamphlet; removed; without wrappers. Four-page table. Very Good.

[3730092]

Dumond p13.


Price: $50.00

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