Stone Collection: Volume 93 - Item 39
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39. Lewis H. Putnam, A Review of the Cause and the Tendency of the Issues between the Two Sections of the Country, with a Plan to Consolidate the Views of the People of the United States in Favor of Emigration to Liberia, as the Initiative to the Efforts to transform the Present System of Labour in the Southern States into a Free Agricultural Tenantry, by the respective Legislature, with the Support of Congress to Make It a National Measure (Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons & Co., 1859). (29 p.)
Proposal for the colonization of African Americans in Liberia, which is touted as a solution to sectional strife.