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The American Colonization Society : a register of its records in the Library of Congress / Manuscript Division
Bib ID 2549471
Format BookBook
Author
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
 
Description Washington : The Library, 1979 
iii, 34 p. ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0844403059
Series

Registers of papers in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress ; no. 53 0083-1611

Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Registers of papers in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress ; no. 53.

Subjects American Colonization Society - Archives - Catalogs.  |  Library of Congress. - Manuscript Division - Catalogs.  |  African Americans - Colonization - Africa - Sources - Bibliography - Catalogs.  |  Antislavery movements - United States - Sources - Bibliography - Catalogs.  |  African Americans - History - To 1863 - Sources - Bibliography - Catalogs.
Other authors/contributors American Colonization Society  |  Library of Congress. Manuscript Division

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