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Respected friends. By direction of the Board of managers of the Chester County auxiliary colonization society, I enclose their address, together with a copy of the constitution ... West Chester, Pa. 12th Mo 10th, 1827.

Respected friends. By direction of the Board of managers of the Cheste...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 153, Folder 3a.

Report of the Committee on Colonization, March 1829

Report of the Committee on Colonization, March 1829

This report, written by Amos A. Phelps, discusses the practicability of colonization, the argument for colonization, and why colonization is an inadequate remedy for the problem. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Monthly concert reports by Amos Augustus Phelps, Nov 2nd [1829?]

Monthly concert reports by Amos Augustus Phelps, Nov 2nd [1829?]

This manuscript, written by Amos A. Phelps, contains notes from a meeting in New York about the activities of the American Colonization Society, and notes from another meeting in Philadelphia about a vessel sen... more

Facts relative to Africa slave trade - colonization

Facts relative to Africa slave trade - colonization

This item contains notes by Amos A. Phelps on the American Colonization Society, and on the arguments often made in support of colonization. Phelps’s note also contains a list of books on the subject. A clippin... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 Mar[ch] 26

Letter from Samuel Joseph, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd G...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Samuel Joseph May praises Garrison's "fearless, self-devoted spirit" in the antislavery cause and confesses that Garrison's "arguments and facts fully convinced my unde... more

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 February 23d

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William L...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison regretting that "Mrs. Stansbury of Trenton, N[ew] Jersey has presented 1,000 dollars to the Colonization Society" when the funds could be better used to encourage "... more

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 Oct[ober] 20

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Llo...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison pleased that Garrison "is still urging onward unintimidated by the many threats of personal violence from the South." He discusses the Southern hatred for the Liber... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 July 18

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Llo...

Samuel Joseph May writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him "eight pages more of my sermon." He explains that he has enlarged it since it was delivered in Boston and has preached this newer sermon to his con... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [July] 16

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Llo...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing an address he heard from "friend [Joshua Noble] Danforth". Buffum quotes from the address, including a theoretical story about the result of immediate e... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, Hudson, [Ohio], to Amos Augustus Phelps, Aug[ust] 31

Letter from Elizur Wright, Hudson, [Ohio], to Amos Augustus Phelps, Au...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps praising him for his anti-slavery circular which was "highly acceptable. The names above were obtained among the clergymen who attended our anti-slavery convention." H... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Andover, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [October] 23

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Andover, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd ...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing his lecture delivered in "the large town Hall in Lowell" to what was "said to be the largest audience ever assembled there." Buffum reports that "we hav... more

Letter from Henry Egbert Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 May 24th

Letter from Henry Egbert Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to Willia...

Henry Egbert Benson writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing his efforts "to impress upon the free People of color the importance of Sending one or two delegates to represent them in the Philad[elphi]a Conve... more

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 May 6th

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Llo...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing a work Garrison is about to publish (likely his "Thoughts on African Colonization"), sharing his hope that it "may be the means of opposing, in full, the... more

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 July 28th

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William L...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison apologizing for not responding sooner to his last letter and assuring him that the pleasure of Garrison's visit was mutual. Forten calls such visits, "cheering, the... more

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 May 6th

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Llo...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing a work Garrison is about to publish (likely his "Thoughts on African Colonization"), sharing his hope that it "may be the means of opposing, in full, the... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [July] 16

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Llo...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing an address he heard from "friend [Joshua Noble] Danforth". Buffum quotes from the address, including a theoretical story about the result of immediate e... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [July] 16

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Llo...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing an address he heard from "friend [Joshua Noble] Danforth". Buffum quotes from the address, including a theoretical story about the result of immediate e... more

Letter from Arthur Tappan, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1832 January 21]

Letter from Arthur Tappan, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd Garr...

In this handwritten copy of a letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Arthur Tappan thanks Garrison for sending him $100 and says he is "gratified with the appearance of your paper since its enlargement." He then com... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Brattleborough, [Vermont], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [August] 31

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Brattleborough, [Vermont], to William Lloyd...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Arnold Buffum discusses two lectures he delivered in Greenfield, Massachusetts. He tells Garrison about one man who asked about his connection to Garrison and another, ... more

Letter from James F. Otis, Portland, [Maine], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 January 11

Letter from James F. Otis, Portland, [Maine], to William Lloyd Garriso...

James Frederick Otis writes to William Lloyd Garrison wishing him "success in the cause" and remarking that Garrison's zeal "deserves so much praise and encouragement." He then says that while he agrees with Ga... more

Letter from Lester Anson Miller, Windsor, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 5th 1832

Letter from Lester Anson Miller, Windsor, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Lester Anson Miller thanks William Lloyd Garrison for the "favor" of his last letter, and declares his perpetual happiness to receive correspondence from Garrison provided that it does not impose upon time that... more

Letter from Simeon Smith Jocelyn, New Haven, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 July 12

Letter from Simeon Smith Jocelyn, New Haven, [Connecticut], to William...

Simeon Smith Jocelyn writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing the attached circular, telling Garrison it has been "two years since I penned the brief description of slavery on the opposite side of this sheet... more

Letter from Samuel Fessenden, Portland, [Maine], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec. 14, 1832

Letter from Samuel Fessenden, Portland, [Maine], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Fessenden regrets that he is unable to attend the annual meeting of the New England Anti-Slavery Society. Judge Prentiss Mellen and Stephen Longfellow have been converted by William Lloyd Garrison's "Tho... more

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Craftsbury, V[ermon]t, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 June 4

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Craftsbury, V[ermon]t, to William Lloyd Ga...

Oliver Johnson writes to William Lloyd Garrison notifying him of his "movements in relation to the subjects of slavery and colonization." He says that his work has assured him that "the principles of the New En... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [July] 16

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to William Llo...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing an address he heard from "friend [Joshua Noble] Danforth". Buffum quotes from the address, including a theoretical story about the result of immediate e... more

Letter from George William Benson, Providence, [R.I.], to Samuel Joseph May, Sept[ember] 5 1832

Letter from George William Benson, Providence, [R.I.], to Samuel Josep...

George William Benson writes Samuel Joseph May concerning a horse owned by a Mr. Adams, informing May that Adams will be in Brooklyn the following week, by which time May ought to have made up his mind concerni... more

Letter from James P. Stewart and Robert W., Jacksonville, Ill[inois], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 Aug[ust] 23d

Letter from James P. Stewart and Robert W., Jacksonville, Ill[inois], ...

James P. Stewart and Robert W. Patterson write to William Lloyd Garrison stating that their community has discussed both the ideas of Garrison and his Liberator, as well as those of the American Colonization So... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

Letter from Evan Lewis, Philadelphia, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 11th mo. 14th 1833

Letter from Evan Lewis, Philadelphia, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 11th mo...

In this letter to Amos A. Phelps, Evan Lewis says he subscribes to abolitionism and approves the proposed usage of his name for the cause. He says ministers around him generally advocate colonization. He commen... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

Letter from Ann Carroll Fitzhugh Smith, Boston, to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov. 23, 1833

Letter from Ann Carroll Fitzhugh Smith, Boston, to William Lloyd Garri...

The Garrison Society expresses their gratitude for William Lloyd Garrison's efforts on behalf of the slave: "We feel under fresh obligations to you for your noble defence of our rights as American citizens, whi... more

Letter from Emery Brown and Louis O. Cowan, Augusta, M[ain]e, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1833 October 21st

Letter from Emery Brown and Louis O. Cowan, Augusta, M[ain]e, to Willi...

Emery Brown and Louis O. Cowan write to William Lloyd Garrison to express their "most cordial support" for the "principle of immediate abolition which you are so zealously advocating and maintaining". They iden... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

map from "Texas. Observations, historical, geographical and descriptive in a series of letters, written during a visit to Austin's Colony in 1831 ... With an appendix containing ... answers to certain questions relative to colonization in Texas, issued ... by the London Geographical Society, etc"

map from "Texas. Observations, historical, geographical and descriptiv...

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Letter from Nathan Winslow, Portland, to William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp, 1833 [July] 13

Letter from Nathan Winslow, Portland, to William Lloyd Garrison and Is...

Nathan Winslow writes to William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp describing meetings held in Portland about "forming a colonization society." Winslow discusses the advocates of colonization and their attempts at... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

Colonization. A Card. The Rev. R. H. Breckenridge, the profundity of whose wit has enabled him to make the discoverry, that "the members of the Anti-Slavery societies hate slavery so much that they hate those who hold their fellow-men in boyage

Colonization. A Card. The Rev. R. H. Breckenridge, the profundity of w...

Anti-slavery societies. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 230, Folder 17.

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Providence, [Rhode Island], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1833 [March] 4

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Providence, [Rhode Island], to William Lloy...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Arnold Buffum mentions his plans to travel to New York and discusses meetings held in Canterbury, Connecticut, "to devise ways and means to suppress P[rudence] Crandall... more

Letter from Nathan Blount, Poughkeepsie, [New York], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1833 February 7th

Letter from Nathan Blount, Poughkeepsie, [New York], to William Lloyd ...

Nathan Blount writes to William Lloyd Garrison identifying himself as "one of the misfortunate race (which you are endeavoring to raise)" and telling Garrison that he fears he was misunderstood in a previous le... more

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, February 14, 1833

Letter from Robert Bernard Hall, New Haven, [Conn.], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Bernard Hall observes a change in the local attitude toward colonization. He tells of a debate on colonization in which he took part. After Rev. Leonard Bacon made an address, Hall responded by quoting W... more

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Shoreham, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 15, 1833

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Shoreham, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Orson S. Murray writes William Lloyd Garrison on a number of matters, opening with a brief philosophizing concerning the cutting down of a large true wherein he laments that cutting down the "root of popular er... more

Letter from Samuel N. Sweet, Adams, Jefferson County, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1833 Sept[ember] 6

Letter from Samuel N. Sweet, Adams, Jefferson County, N[ew] Y[ork], to...

Samuel N. Sweet writes to William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp informing them that he has "obtained much valuable information on the subject of slaver, as it exists in our country, by the perusal of your exce... more

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1834 [July] 24

Letter from Arnold Buffum, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Ll...

Arnold Buffum writes to William Lloyd Garrison introducing him to his friend "Dillet [probably Stephen Dillet] from Nassau in the island of New Providence." Buffum says he is "a member of the Colonial Legislatu... more

Letter from George Jeffrey Tillotson, Brooklyn, [Conn.], to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1834 March 11th

Letter from George Jeffrey Tillotson, Brooklyn, [Conn.], to Amos Augus...

George Jeffrey Tillotson writes to Amos A. Phelps informing him he has received a copy of Phelp's "Lectures on Slavery." Tillotson states he has not yet read the full book but agrees with Phelp's sentiments and... more

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Montpelier, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garrison, October 11. 1834

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Montpelier, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Orson S. Murray informs William Lloyd Garrison that since requesting a visit from George Thompson, the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society found itself in debt, owing to expenses incurred in circulating Henry Clarke W... more

Letter from Charles Wheeler Denison, New York, to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan. 14, 1834

Letter from Charles Wheeler Denison, New York, to William Lloyd Garris...

Charles Wheeler Denison discusses relinquishing his post as editor of the Emancipator to William Goodell. He tells about his plans for the future. President [Beriah?] Green is debating with Joshua N. Danforth o... more

Letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, Portland (Me.), to Charlotte Phelps, Nov 30, 1834

Letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, Portland (Me.), to Charlotte Phelps,...

Amos A. Phelps writes to his wife, Charlotte, and discusses recent happenings of interest and his lecture schedule. After addressing a few [domestic?] arrangements they need to tend to, he expresses his sentime... more

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson, March 9, 1835

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson,...

A.A. Phelps writes to Rufus Anderson about the article Anderson published in the Missionary Herald, entitled “Extract from a communication of Doct. Hall to the Maryland Colonization Society.” Supplying informat... more

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson, March 9, 1835

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson,...

A.A. Phelps writes to Rufus Anderson about the article Anderson published in the Missionary Herald, entitled “Extract from a communication of Doct. Hall to the Maryland Colonization Society.” Supplying informat... more

Letter from William Watkins, Balt[imore, Maryland], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1835 Sept[ember] 30th

Letter from William Watkins, Balt[imore, Maryland], to William Lloyd G...

Signing this letter "Veritas," William Watkins writes to William Lloyd Garrison about correspondence that appeared in a local newspaper, the American, between three African-American ministers and a reply from "... more

Letter from Edwin Pitt Atlee, Phila[delphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, [August] 21st 1835

Letter from Edwin Pitt Atlee, Phila[delphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd ...

Edwin P. Atlee addresses William Lloyd Garrison concerning the "use of violent and unchristian language" appearing in the last edition of the Liberator, and states his hope that Garrison will "change for the be... more

Letter from William Watkins, [Baltimore, Maryland], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1835] July 20

Letter from William Watkins, [Baltimore, Maryland], to William Lloyd G...

William Watkins writes to William Lloyd Garrison apologizing for violating the rule that "all letters relating to the affairs of the Liberator must be directed to H[enry] E[gbert] Benson" by saing that his lett... more

Letter from Sophia Davenport, St. Louis, [Missouri], to Caroline Weston, 1835 Nov[ember] 15

Letter from Sophia Davenport, St. Louis, [Missouri], to Caroline Westo...

Sophia Davenport writes to Caroline Weston in regards to her journey to St. Louis. She discussed slavery with James Clark and his mother, who visited the south and believes "after she had been there a short tim... more

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson, March 9, 1835

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson,...

A.A. Phelps writes to Rufus Anderson about the article Anderson published in the Missionary Herald, entitled “Extract from a communication of Doct. Hall to the Maryland Colonization Society.” Supplying informat... more

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson, March 9, 1835

Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, New York, to Rufus Anderson,...

A.A. Phelps writes to Rufus Anderson about the article Anderson published in the Missionary Herald, entitled “Extract from a communication of Doct. Hall to the Maryland Colonization Society.” Supplying informat... more

Letter from Edward M. Davis, Phila[delphia, Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1838 [April] 21st

Letter from Edward M. Davis, Phila[delphia, Pennsylvania], to William ...

Edward Morris Davis writes to William Lloyd Garrison inviting him to attend a convention called by the Eastern Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. Davis says it is "particularly important that the Cause in our S... more

Letter from Gamaliel Bailey, Cincinnati, [Ohio], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1839 April 15th

Letter from Gamaliel Bailey, Cincinnati, [Ohio], to William Lloyd Garr...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Gamaliel Bailey asks if Garrison could help find employment for James Boyle. Bailey says that while he and Boyle often have different views, he "entertain[s] for him a ... more

Letter from Daniel Hopkins Emerson, Northborough, to Amos Augustus Phelps, February 25, 1839

Letter from Daniel Hopkins Emerson, Northborough, to Amos Augustus Phe...

Daniel Hopkins Emerson writes to Amos A. Phelps that he could not attend his society meeting himself, and that the general attendance was low due to the disappointing lectures from Boston. In regards to the new... more

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1840 November 14

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Eliza...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding her life after Angelina's marriage. She says that she has "lived so retired since Angelina's marriage and our time has been so occupied in a differe... more

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, [18]40 [August] 1

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garri...

William Smeal writes to William Lloyd Garrison informing him that William Adam has learned from Charles Lenox Remond that "R[alph] R. Gurley & a Coloured [sic] female named Ela, have just arrived in Liverpool."... more

Letter from John Murray, Bowling Bay, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1 Aug[ust] 1840

Letter from John Murray, Bowling Bay, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Gar...

John Murray writes to William Lloyd Garrison informing him that he has heard through a letter Charles Lenox Remond received from his friend, W.L. Jeffers, that Ralph R. Gurley, "unceasing advocate of that most ... more

Letter from Daniel Mitchell, Pawtucket, R.I., to William Lloyd Garrison, [November] 6th 1841

Letter from Daniel Mitchell, Pawtucket, R.I., to William Lloyd Garriso...

Daniel Mitchell reports to William Lloyd Garrison on the presence of "some colonization agitation" in Rhode Island. Mitchell requests that Garrison deliver a lecture on the subject before the Pawtucket Anti-Sla... more

map from "Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British provinces in North America. With a plan of national colonization. [With plates.]"

map from "Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British pr...

This image has been taken from scan 000026 from "Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the other British provinces in North America. With a plan of national colonization. [With plates.]". The title and subjec... more

map from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the colonization under William Penn. To which is added, an account of the ecclesiastical affairs of the Swedish settlers, and a history of Wilmington, from its first settlement to the present time"

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map from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the colonization under William Penn. To which is added, an account of the ecclesiastical affairs of the Swedish settlers, and a history of Wilmington, from its first settlement to the present time"

map from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from ...

This image has been taken from scan 000105 from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the colonization under William Penn. To which is added, an account of the ... more

map from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the colonization under William Penn. To which is added, an account of the ecclesiastical affairs of the Swedish settlers, and a history of Wilmington, from its first settlement to the present time"

map from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from ...

This image has been taken from scan 000335 from "A History of the original settlements on the Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the colonization under William Penn. To which is added, an account of the ... more

Letter from Henry Crabb Robinson, London, [England], to John Bishop Estlin, 1847 June-November 30

Letter from Henry Crabb Robinson, London, [England], to John Bishop Es...

Henry Crabb Robinson writes to John Bishop Estlin in June 1847 in regards to anti-slavery publications. W. Putnam's sermon and pamphlet supplies quotations used in an anti-slavery meeting. He writes, "Seriously... more

map from "A short account of the British dependencies open to colonization, etc"

map from "A short account of the British dependencies open to coloniza...

This image has been taken from scan 000014 from "A short account of the British dependencies open to colonization, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users... more

map from "A short account of the British dependencies open to colonization, etc"

map from "A short account of the British dependencies open to coloniza...

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U.S. Reports: United States v. Cambuston., 61 U.S. (20 How.) 59 (1858)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Cambuston., 61 U.S. (20 How.) 59 (1858)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 61; Howard Volume 20; December Term, 1857; United States, Appellants, v. Henry Cambuston, The

Letter from Charles Lewis Reason and George Thomas Downing, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1860 March 26

Letter from Charles Lewis Reason and George Thomas Downing, New York, ...

Charles Lewis Reason writes to William Lloyd Garrison telling him that the African Civilization Society and the American Colonization Society "are identical as to motive and ends." He asks Garrison for a short ... more

Letter from Moncure Daniel Conway, Bayswater W[est, London, England], to Edmond Beales, Oct[ober] 13. [1863]

Letter from Moncure Daniel Conway, Bayswater W[est, London, England], ...

Moncure Daniel Conway writes Edmond Beales concerning an antislavery meeting they both attended on May 7, 1863, where Conway, Beales, and Rev. J. Sella Martin addressed the meeting. Conway states that following... more

Letter from Oliver Johnson, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 24 Jan[uary], 1865

Letter from Oliver Johnson, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Johnson relays to Garrison that Sydney Howard Gay has made arrangements to publish their "festival notice" in the Tribune, on condition that they in turn publish advertisements for the Tribune in both the Liber... more

Letter from John C. Lee, Camp Nelson, Ky., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 22 / [18]65

Letter from John C. Lee, Camp Nelson, Ky., to William Lloyd Garrison, ...

John C. Lee inquires if William Lloyd Garrison might be able to say to "Capt L E Hall" that Garrison is not in favor of colonization. Lee argues that lands ought to be confiscated from slaveholders and Confeder... more

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States: The undersigned, by authority of the Board of directors of the American colonization society ... respectfully submit to your body the following statement and petition

To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 205, Folder 24a.