Thoughts on African Colonization
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Thoughts on African Colonization
By William Lloyd Garrison
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Table of Contents
  • THOUGHTS ON AFRICAN COLONIZATION
    • Table of Contents
  • THOUGHTS ON AFRICAN COLONIZATION
    • PREFACE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THOUGHTS ON AFRICAN COLONIZATION.
    • PART I.
    • INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION I.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS PLEDGED NOT TO OPPOSE THE SYSTEM OF SLAVERY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS PLEDGED NOT TO OPPOSE THE SYSTEM OF SLAVERY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION II.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY APOLOGISES FOR SLAVERY AND SLAVEHOLDERS.
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY APOLOGISES FOR SLAVERY AND SLAVEHOLDERS.
    • SECTION III.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY RECOGNISES SLAVES AS PROPERTY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY RECOGNISES SLAVES AS PROPERTY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION IV.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY INCREASES THE VALUE OF SLAVES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY INCREASES THE VALUE OF SLAVES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION V.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS THE ENEMY OF IMMEDIATE ABOLITION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS THE ENEMY OF IMMEDIATE ABOLITION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION VI.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS NOURISHED BY FEAR AND SELFISHNESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS NOURISHED BY FEAR AND SELFISHNESS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION VII.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY AIMS AT THE UTTER EXPULSION OF THE BLACKS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY AIMS AT THE UTTER EXPULSION OF THE BLACKS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION VIII.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS THE DISPARAGER OF THE FREE BLACKS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY IS THE DISPARAGER OF THE FREE BLACKS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION IX.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY DENIES THE POSSIBILITY OF ELEVATING THE BLACKS IN THIS COUNTRY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY DENIES THE POSSIBILITY OF ELEVATING THE BLACKS IN THIS COUNTRY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SECTION X.
      • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY DECEIVES AND MISLEADS THE NATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
        • END OF PART I.
      • END OF PART I.
    • THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY DECEIVES AND MISLEADS THE NATION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • END OF PART I.
    • END OF PART I.
  • THOUGHTS ON AFRICAN COLONIZATION.
    • PART II.
    • SENTIMENTS OF THE PEOPLE OF COLOR.
      • A VOICE PROM PHILADELPHIA.
        • To the humane and benevolent Inhabitants of the city and county of Philadelphia.
        • A VOICE FROM NEW-YORK.
        • An Address to the Citizens of New-York.
        • A VOICE FROM BOSTON.
        • A VOICE FROM BALTIMORE.
        • A VOICE FROM WASHINGTON.
        • A VOICE FROM BROOKLYN.
        • Address to the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn, (N. Y.) and its Vicinity.
        • A VOICE FROM HARTFORD.
        • A VOICE FROM MIDDLETOWN.
        • A VOICE FROM NEW-HAVEN.
        • A VOICE FROM COLUMBIA.
        • A VOICE FROM NANTUCKET.
        • A VOICE FROM PITTSBURGH.
        • A VOICE FROM WILMINGTON.
        • Address of the Free People of Color of the Borough of Wilmington, Delaware.
        • A VOICE FROM HARRISBURG.
        • A VOICE FROM ROCHESTER.
        • A VOICE FROM PROVIDENCE.
        • A VOICE FROM TRENTON.
        • ADDRESS.
        • A VOICE FROM LYME.
        • A VOICE PROM LEWISTOWN.
        • ADDRESS.
        • A VOICE FROM NEW-BEDFORD.
      • To the humane and benevolent Inhabitants of the city and county of Philadelphia.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-YORK.
      • An Address to the Citizens of New-York.
      • A VOICE FROM BOSTON.
      • A VOICE FROM BALTIMORE.
      • A VOICE FROM WASHINGTON.
      • A VOICE FROM BROOKLYN.
      • Address to the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn, (N. Y.) and its Vicinity.
      • A VOICE FROM HARTFORD.
      • A VOICE FROM MIDDLETOWN.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-HAVEN.
      • A VOICE FROM COLUMBIA.
      • A VOICE FROM NANTUCKET.
      • A VOICE FROM PITTSBURGH.
      • A VOICE FROM WILMINGTON.
      • Address of the Free People of Color of the Borough of Wilmington, Delaware.
      • A VOICE FROM HARRISBURG.
      • A VOICE FROM ROCHESTER.
      • A VOICE FROM PROVIDENCE.
      • A VOICE FROM TRENTON.
      • ADDRESS.
      • A VOICE FROM LYME.
      • A VOICE PROM LEWISTOWN.
      • ADDRESS.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-BEDFORD.
      • FOOTNOTES:
        • END OF PART II.
      • END OF PART II.
    • A VOICE PROM PHILADELPHIA.
      • To the humane and benevolent Inhabitants of the city and county of Philadelphia.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-YORK.
      • An Address to the Citizens of New-York.
      • A VOICE FROM BOSTON.
      • A VOICE FROM BALTIMORE.
      • A VOICE FROM WASHINGTON.
      • A VOICE FROM BROOKLYN.
      • Address to the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn, (N. Y.) and its Vicinity.
      • A VOICE FROM HARTFORD.
      • A VOICE FROM MIDDLETOWN.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-HAVEN.
      • A VOICE FROM COLUMBIA.
      • A VOICE FROM NANTUCKET.
      • A VOICE FROM PITTSBURGH.
      • A VOICE FROM WILMINGTON.
      • Address of the Free People of Color of the Borough of Wilmington, Delaware.
      • A VOICE FROM HARRISBURG.
      • A VOICE FROM ROCHESTER.
      • A VOICE FROM PROVIDENCE.
      • A VOICE FROM TRENTON.
      • ADDRESS.
      • A VOICE FROM LYME.
      • A VOICE PROM LEWISTOWN.
      • ADDRESS.
      • A VOICE FROM NEW-BEDFORD.
    • To the humane and benevolent Inhabitants of the city and county of Philadelphia.
    • A VOICE FROM NEW-YORK.
    • An Address to the Citizens of New-York.
    • A VOICE FROM BOSTON.
    • A VOICE FROM BALTIMORE.
    • A VOICE FROM WASHINGTON.
    • A VOICE FROM BROOKLYN.
    • Address to the Colored Citizens of Brooklyn, (N. Y.) and its Vicinity.
    • A VOICE FROM HARTFORD.
    • A VOICE FROM MIDDLETOWN.
    • A VOICE FROM NEW-HAVEN.
    • A VOICE FROM COLUMBIA.
    • A VOICE FROM NANTUCKET.
    • A VOICE FROM PITTSBURGH.
    • A VOICE FROM WILMINGTON.
    • Address of the Free People of Color of the Borough of Wilmington, Delaware.
    • A VOICE FROM HARRISBURG.
    • A VOICE FROM ROCHESTER.
    • A VOICE FROM PROVIDENCE.
    • A VOICE FROM TRENTON.
    • ADDRESS.
    • A VOICE FROM LYME.
    • A VOICE PROM LEWISTOWN.
    • ADDRESS.
    • A VOICE FROM NEW-BEDFORD.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • END OF PART II.
    • END OF PART II.
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