Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, before the American Colonization Society

in the hall of the House of Representatives, January 20, 1827 : with an appendix, containing the documents therein referred to. by Clay, Henry

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  • Blacks -- Colonization -- Africa.

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ContributionsAmerican Colonization Society.
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LC ClassificationsE448 .C61
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Pagination13, [1], 8 p. ;
Number of Pages13
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Open LibraryOL14053138M
LC Control Number11008772
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Lincoln followed in the footsteps of his idol, Henry Clay, who was the president of the American Colonization Society, and quoted Clay often on the subject. During his presidency he established a colonization office in the Department of Interior and funded it with $,, while working diligently to plan on deporting black people to Liberia. An Ideologue Of The Center David and Jeanne Heidler use the phrase "ideologue of the center"to describe Henry Clay in their biography: "Henry Clay, the Essential American". The Heidlers borrow this term from Daniel Walker Howe's study of pre-Civil War America, "What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, " (Oxford History of the United States), and they share much of 4/5(). 1Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, before the American Colonization So-ciety in the Hall of the House of Bepresentatives Janu (Wash-ington, ), 11; "Proceedings of the Virginia Legislature on the Subject of Colonization," [] African Repository, VIII (), slave society by enlarging the threat of slave revolt and extending laziness among field hands.2 To others, the colonization of free blacks meant the salvation of a “debased” American population. According to Elias Caldwell, a devout Presbyterian and Supreme 1 Henry Clay, Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay before the American Colonization Society.

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Henry Clay, Before the American Colonization Society: In the Hall of the House of Representatives, Janu by Henry Clay, American Colonization Society (Creator). American Colonization Society, in full American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States, American organization dedicated to transporting freeborn blacks and emancipated slaves to was founded in by Robert Finley, a Presbyterian minister, and some of the country’s most influential men, including Francis Scott Key, Henry Clay, and Bushrod Washington.

Henry Clay helped establish and became president of the American Colonization Society in The American Colonization Society (ACS) was created in December by Robert Finley, a Presbyterian minister, and by a group of influential men, including Henry Clay, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, Daniel Webster, Francis Scott Key and Bushrod.

Between Clay's and Caldwell's speeches at the founding of the American Colonization Society (ACS) in and Lincoln's final public effort to encourage colonization inStillion Southard analyzes the little-known speeches and writings of free blacks who wrestled with colonization's conditional promises of.

Inthe American Colonization Society founded a colony in West Africa called _____ and managed to settle a few thousand emancipated slaves there. Nat Turner Those who advocated for gradual emancipation had their best opportunity in and when the Virginia legislature considered the issue after ___________ _____________ Rebellion.

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Henry Clay, before the. Lincoln followed in the footsteps of his idol, Henry Clay, who was the president of the American Colonization Society, and quoted Clay often on the subject.

During his presidency he established a colonization office in the Department of Interior and funded it with $, while working diligently to plan on deporting black people to Liberia. The American Colonization Society evolved throughout the s so that by the end of the decade, it began to support immediate abolition while still promoting its colony in.

Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, before the American Colonization Society in the hall of the House of Representatives, Janu Washington: The Columbian office. Clay, Henry. Report of the committee, to whom was referred the memorial of the president and board of managers of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States.

Ap Read and committed to a committee of the whole House on Monday next. Novem Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Book/Printed Material Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the.

Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, president of the American Colonization Society, and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, chairman of the General Committee of the African Civilization Society, on the colonization and civilization of Africa with other documents on the same subject / by: Gurley, Ralph Randolph, Delivered to the Colonization Society of Kentucky.

The Ashland Text Book () Henry Clay. Before the American Colonization Society. Speeches Delivered by H. Clay, of Kentucky, in () Henry Clay. The Speeches of Henry Clay () Henry Clay. Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay, of the Congress of the United States () Henry Clay. The. The colonization movement foundered in the late s but was resuscitated in the early s as the American Colonization Society intensified its recruitment of black emigrants.

[5] Lincoln first proclaimed an interest in colonization during his eulogy for Henry Clay inwhen he admitted his allegiance to the esteemed Kentuckian's dual. The American Colonization Society, founded in to assist free black people in emigrating to Africa, was the brainchild of the Reverend Robert Finley, a Presbyterian minister from Basking Ridge.

REACTION: Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, President of the American Colonization Society, and, Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (British) by Ralph Gurley - Letter from Robert Johnston (Irish) to an American Methodist - ; criticizes the American Methodist Church for continuing to support colonization and condemns the Maryland Colonization.

Originally known as the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States, the American Colonization Society (ACS) was founded in by a group of white elites including Reverend Robert Finley, Charles Fenton Mercer, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, Bushrod Washington, Elias Caldwell, and Francis Scott Key.

8 Formed to. A distinguished political leader whose influence extended across both houses of Congress and to the White House, Henry Clay Sr. was born on Apin Hanover County, Virginia.

The Colonization section contains information on Henry Clay's involvement in the American Colonization Society.

American Treasures of the Library of Congress: Compromise of Exhibit on Senators John C. Calhoun's and Daniel Webster's speeches from the Compromise of debate. Theodore Frelinghuysen (Ma – Ap ) was an American politician who represented New Jersey in the United States was the Whig vice presidential nominee in the election ofrunning on a ticket with Henry Clay.

Born in Somerset County, New Jersey, Frelinghuysen established a legal practice in Newark, New Jersey after graduating from the College of New Jersey.

Henry Clay () was a statesman who represented Kentucky in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate and served as. THE AFRICAN REPOSITORY (AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY) – JULY, The African Repository was the official journal of the American Colonization Society.

Henry Clay served as the Society’s president from toand its directors included former US. A book entitled The Speeches of Henry Clay had appeared four year ' s earlier, "the first such volume to be published in the United States and [an indication of] the importance parliamentary eloquence had attained in the nation's life.

Clay's oratorical power, unlike that of Webster, lay not in his choice of words or extent of his knowledge.Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, president of the American Colonization Society, and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, chairman of the General Committee of the African Civilization Society, on the colonization and civilization of Africa Author: Ralph Randolph Gurley, American Colonization Society.A society that thought slavery was bad.

They would buy land and send African slaves there. One such colony is now Liberia. Founded in by Charles Fenton Mercer, Henry Clay, John Randolph, and Richard Bland Lee. Though many slaves were helped, most .