Journal of Daniel Coker, :
a descendant of Africa, from the time of leaving New York, in the ship Elizabeth, Capt. Sebor, on a voyage for Sherbro, in Africa, in company with three agents, and about ninety persons of colour. : The Rev. Samuel Bacon, John B. Bankson, Samuel S. Crozer. Agents. : With an appendix.
|Main Author:||Coker, Daniel, 1780-1846.|
|Related Names:||Coit, Thomas Winthrop 1803-1885, inscriber., Toy, John D. , printer., Hewes, John -1830., Thomas, Philip E. 1776-1861., Coale, Edward Johnson 1776-1832, copyright holder, Peck, Nathaniel.|
Baltimore : Published by Edward J. Coale, in aid of the funds of the Maryland Auxiliary Colonization Society. 1820. John D. Toy, printer, 
Coker, Daniel, /
American Colonization Society.
Antislavery movements > Antislavery movements / Maryland.
African Americans > African Americans / Maryland.
African Americans > African Americans / Colonization > African Americans / Colonization / Africa.
Liberia > Liberia / Description and travel.
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"Appendix to the Rev. D. Coker's Journal" (pages -52) includes "Letter from Nathaniel Peck to his mother in Baltimore".
"Introduction" (pages [iii]-viii) signed by Philip E. Thomas, E.J. Coale, and John Hewes.
"District of Maryland, to wit: Be it remembered, That on the sixteenth day of June, the the forty-fourth year of the Independence of the United States of America. Edward J. Coale, of the said district, hath deposited in this office, the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor ..."--Verso of title page.
viii, , 10-52 pages ;
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