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Returning Home: A Century of African-american Repatriation - Johnson, Robert
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[EAN: 9781592212477], [PU: Africa World Pr], History|Africa, Social Science|Emigration & Immigration, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|African-American Studies, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Returning Home is the first comprehensive analysis of repatriation movements in the nineteenth century. It begins with a review of Paul Cuffe's journey to Sierra Leone as an entrepreneur in 1815 and ends with Bishop Henry McNeal Turner and the A.M.E. Church's to promote repatriation efforts as reparations for slavery. The book chronicles the lives of nationalist thinkers and activists such as John Brown Russwurm, graduate of Bowdoin College (1826), founder of the first Black newspaper: Freedom's Journal and Governor of Cape Palmas Colony, Liberia. The book views the Haitian Revolution as the genesis of African-American nationalism in the nineteenth century and assesses the British colonization experiment in Sierra Leone and its impact upon American colonization efforts. The non-African controlled efforts are analyzed through the organizational structure and ideological perspectives of the American Colonization Society and its chief supporters: northern industrialists and southern plantation owners. Furthermore, conflicting views on repatriation are critically assessed through the writings and career choices of free Africans who elected to repatriate to sections of Africa other than Liberia and Sierra Leone, or who elected to settle in Canada or the western states. Some of the other topics considered are: The African nationalist ideology of Edward Wilmot Blyden and African-American women and repatriation.

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The first comprehensive analysis of African repatriation movements in the 19th century. Beginning with Paul Cuffe's journey to Sierra Leone in 1815 and ending with Bishop Henry McNeal Turner's efforts to promote repatriation as reparation for slavery, Returning Home chronicles the lives of nationalist thinkers and activists such as John Brown Russwum and Edward Wilmot Blyden. Surveying all the major movements and personalities during the repatriation thrust of the 19th century, it forms a clear overview of the period. africa,biographies,ethnic and national,historical,history,humanities,science and math,social science,social sciences,textbooks Humanities, Africa World Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781592212477
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1592212476
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Africa Research & Publications

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ISBN/EAN: 9781592212477

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-59221-247-6, 978-1-59221-247-7


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