The American Colonization Society and Emigrationism in the Nineteenth Century
Robert Cecil Johnson, Jr.
Thesis DT 3.5 1975 J68
iv, 170 leaves; 29 cm.
This thesis explores the role emigrationism in the nineteenth century. It examines the extent to which free Blacks, who were primarily the objects of colonization, could exercise dominion over their paper will examine the political, economic and racial factors that led to the founding of the society and the subsequent founding of Liberia.