Stone Collection: Volume 75 - Item 25
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25. E. Bacon, Abstract of a Journal of E. Bacon, Assistant Agent of the United States, to Africa: With an Appendix, Containing Interesting Accounts of the Effects of the Gospel among the Native Africans, with Cuts, Showing a Contrast between Two Native Towns, One of which is Christianized and the Other Heathen, 2nd ed. (Philadelphia: Clark & Raser, 1822). (48 p.)
Excerpts from a diary kept by an officer of a colonization society on his trip to the Bassa region of Liberia. The pamphlet is illustrated with two woodcuts, one a “view of Regent’s Town” and the other depicting a European male gesturing to a robed figure wearing a paganist mask.