Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 16
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16. Augusta V. Pohlman, “Helpless Liberia,” Independent (September 10, 1903): 2161-67.
Pessimistic assessment of Liberia’s future with an emphasis on the country’s social divisiveness (i.e., mulattoes vs. pure bloods and American born vs. natives) and the absence of an industrial base. This article was written by the wife of a physician engaged in missionary work and contains six photographs.