Washington: James C. Dunn, 1831. With an Appendix. Folding map of the coast of the Colony of Liberia with an inset plan of Monrovia. xxvi, 42pp. with continuing text on the back inner and outer wrapper. 8vo, original green pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, light foxing throughout. Washington: George C. Dunn, 1831. First Edition. The bottom one inch of the map is lacking, with a small loss of the coast line and an eight inch strip by one inch strip...
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Washington: James C. Dunn, 1833. With an Appendix. xxi, 40pp. with continuing text on the back inner and outer wrapper. 8vo, original green pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, light foxing and light dampstaining throughout, small amount of chipping to wrappers. Washington: George C. Dunn, 1833. First Edition. Contains several pages on the current situation of the Society's activities in Liberia. Appendix contains the Constitution of the colony of Liberia and the plan for the civil government of colony of Liberia.
Philadelphia: Young, 1832. Under the Following Heads: The Origin of the Society, Increase of the Coloured Population; Manumission of Slaves in this country... 28pp. 8vo, modern wrappers, lacks maps, light foxing throughout, light dampstain to title page, (Philadelphia): Young, Printer, 1832. Third Edition, Enlarged and Improved. Two of Mathew Carey's published letters are on Liberia's American colonists and the climate and commerce in Liberia.
Philadelphia: William Stavely, 1838. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 359pp. 12mo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, scattered light foxing. Philadelphia: William Stavely, 1838. Author was a rector of St. David's Church in Philadelphia and an abolitionist. There are several chapters in favor of the colonization of Liberia.
Washington DC: 1853. Case map. Uncolored lithograph. Image measures 27.25" x 41 5/8". Rare map of the coast of Liberia that reflects the country's history. Includes several insets of the major rivers in the area: Monrovia and Cape Mesurado, Junk River and Marshall, Edina and Grand Bassa, Ceston, Sangwin River and Sinou. Details include geographical features, depths and prevailing winds. The map denotes specific plots of land and when they were "acquired", from 1822 to 1849. The American Colonization Society...
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1978. Illus. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. sunned on spine. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, (1978). Very good Letters of Peyton and George Skipwith and their families. Peyton was a freed slave from Virginia who lived in Liberia. His brother, George, remained a slave on an Alabama plantation.