Stone Collection: Volume 62 - Item 25
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25. J. R. Tyson, A Discourse before the Young Men’s Colonization Society of Pennsylvania, Delivered October 24, 1834, in St. Paul’s Church, Philadelphia (Philadelphia: William S. Martien for the Society, 1834). (64 p.)
Speech favoring colonizing free men and women of color in Africa. Two hymns written by colonists en route to Bassa Cove in Liberia appear on page 49. The pamphlet argues that colonizing free men and women of color in Africa will encourage emancipation.