An African Republic: Black & White Virginians in the Making of Liberia

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Contents
 Acknowledgmentsix
 Introduction1
OneA Small Frisson of Fear, Soon Soothed9
TwoThe Alchemy of Colonization23
ThreeAuxiliary Arms39
FourHo, All Ye That Are by the Pale-Faces’ Laws Oppressed: Out of Virginia63
FiveMy Old Mistress Promise Me83
SixRevising the Future in Virginia105
SevenVirginians in Liberia127
EightLiberians in Africa and America151
NineCivil War to White City171
 Notes183
 Bibliographical Essay227
 Index233

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • One- A Small Frisson of Fear, Soon Soothed 9
  • Two- The Alchemy of Colonization 23
  • Three- Theuxiliary Arms 39
  • Four- Ho, All Ye That Are by the Pale-Faces’ Laws Oppressed out of Virginia 63
  • Five- My Old Mistress Promise Me 83
  • Six- Revising the Future in Virginia 105
  • Seven- Virginians in Liberia 127
  • Eight- Liberians in Africa and America 151
  • Nine- Civil War to White City 171
  • Notes 183
  • Bibliographical Essay 227
  • Index 233
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