addressed to the citizens of the northern states, and their representatives: being an appeal to their natural feelings & common sense: consisting of speculations and animadversions, on the recent revival of the slave trade, in the American republic: with an investigation relative to the consequent evils resulting from that event. Interspersed with a simplified plan for colonizing the free Negroes of the northern, in conjunction with those who have, or may emigrate from the southern states, in a distant part of the national territory: considered as the only possible means of avoiding the deleterious evils attendant on slavery in a republic.
By Thomas Branagan.
|Main Author:||Branagan, Thomas, 1774-1843.|
Philadelphia: Printed and published by Thomas T. Stiles, No. 251, North Front-street, 1805.
Slavery / United States /
Slavery / United States / Controversial literature /
African Americans > African Americans / Colonization.
Slavery > Slavery / United States > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature.
xiv, -133 p.
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