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" In Campell's view, these emigrants "had inaugurated a mighty work, which . . . must be continued in a higher form by the more civilized of the race." He advocated that emigrants should organize on "municipal" lines. But his goal was that of a "national... "
A pilgrimage to my motherland: An account of a journey among the Egbas and ... - Page 73
by Robert Campbell (of the Niger Valley Exploring Party.) - 1861 - 145 pages
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Building an Antislavery Wall: Black Americans in the Atlantic Abolitionist ...

R. J. M. Blackett - History - 2002 - 252 pages
...inaugurating a mighty work, which, now that it has accomplished its utmost" should be continued to "a higher form by the more civilized of the same race,...thousand reasons, are best adapted to its successful prose39. Alexander Crummell, Africa and America (1891; rpr. New York, 1969), 185; Asa Briggs, The Age...
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