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Address of the managers of the American Colonization Society, to the people of the United States [microform] : adopted at their meeting, June 19, 1832
Bib ID 2706211
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
American Colonization Society. Board of Managers
 
Printer (Georgetown, D.C. : J. C. Dunn)
Description Washington [D.C.] : [The Society?], 1832 
16 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
Series

Slavery, source material and critical literature. Group 3 ; no.2.

Notes

Address signed (p. 8): R. R. Gurley, secretary.

Appendix includes an historical account of the Society.

Sabin 81763

Reproduction Microfiche. Louisville, Ky. : Lost Cause Press, 197-. (Slavery, source material and critical literature. Group 3 [no.2]) 
Subjects American Colonization Society.  |  African Americans - Colonization - Africa.
Other authors/contributors Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872

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