Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, August, 1850, In Favor of the Establishment of a Line of Mail Steamships to The Western Coast of Africa, and Thence Via the Mediterranean to London; Designed to Promote the Emigration of Free Persons of Color From the United States to Liberia. American Colonization Society.

Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, August, 1850, In Favor of the Establishment of a Line of Mail Steamships to The Western Coast of Africa, and Thence Via the Mediterranean to London; Designed to Promote the Emigration of Free Persons of Color From the United States to Liberia

Also To Increase the Stem Navy; and to Extend the Commerce of the United States. With an Appendix Added by the American Colonization Society Washington: Printed by Gideon & Co., 1850.

First Edition. Wraps. Wraps. 79 pages. Stitched, printed yellow wraps. Light scattered foxing to covers and interior. This report was designed to promote the emigration of free persons of color to the African colony of Liberia. The American Colonization Society was formed in 1817. The colony of Liberia was founded in 1821. Henry Clay was elected President of the Society at it's January, 1850 annual meeting. Very good. Item #15023

Price: $150.00

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