The great future of America and Africa; an essay showing our whole duty to the black man, consistent with our own safety and glory

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LIBRARY OF UNIVERSITY CHIFCRNIA DIEGOSAN i'_i>uiIII. i^r> . I I >^ >'?CALIFOKfJlA. SAN OlEGftiii'ilVERSITY OF A' JOLLA. CALIFORNIALA lQf^07f 11R D'^ rr 01443 88323 1822 Social Sciences & Humanities Library University of California, San Diego Please Note: This item is subject recall.to Date Due MAY 2 9 2000 THE GREAT FUTURE OF AMERICA & AFRICA. THE GREAT FUTURE OF ANDiVMERICA AFRICA; AN ESSAY SHOWING Our Whole Duty the Black Man,to CONSISTENT WITH ©ur ©ran Safetj) anb ®lorE. BY JACOB DEWEES, M. U. » all of one kind: that 1 have pushed the"The charges against me are benevolence too far — farther than aprinciples of general justice and cautious v\ouid and farther than the opuuofi> of manypobcy warrant; -v>uuld go al )n. vn i!. m ,. r\rr\ accident which mav hap^>. rity, and their politicalConse- Folly of di. [lending' ufio.n ihe? qoenccs Irl pretended [lolitical friends of the Nepro, for political ilera-Reasons why the Free Man of tion here 104Colour should favour ^Coio- ('nization and African Na- FaliC friendship of reat Britain. 19i tionality 184 Folly of depeTidinjr upon Na- '•forE.xodns.'thoupIi tions or People for aid, he-Reasons all Public aid should cause it is right." 197be refused.. 186 Is there -labor enough for all'Climate of Africa; folly of judg- this Country?

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LIBRARY
OF
UNIVERSITY
CHIFCRNIA
DIEGOSANi'_i>uiIII. i^r> . I I
>^
>'?CALIFOKfJlA. SAN OlEGftiii'ilVERSITY OF A'
JOLLA. CALIFORNIALA
lQf^07f 11R D'^
rr
01443 88323 1822
Social Sciences & Humanities Library
University of California, San Diego
Please Note: This item is subject recall.to
Date Due
MAY 2 9 2000THE GREAT FUTURE
OF
AMERICA & AFRICA.THE GREAT FUTURE
OF
ANDiVMERICA AFRICA;
AN ESSAY SHOWING
Our Whole Duty the Black Man,to
CONSISTENT WITH
©ur ©ran Safetj) anb ®lorE.
BY JACOB DEWEES, M. U.
»
all of one kind: that 1 have pushed the"The charges against me are
benevolence too far — farther than aprinciples of general justice and
cautious v\ouid and farther than the opuuofi> of manypobcy warrant;
-v>uuld go al )n. vn i!. m ,. r\rr\ accident which mav hap^><u liiruugiiIn
Lie, - 1 loiJ thi.- ai u.-ulion and be < on I-, .ted!' B' liKL..u- d
PHlLADEUnilA.
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR BY H ORR.
No 100 CHesmut Si
i65\.
Republibhea byEntered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854,
by Jacob Dewees. M. D. in the Office of the Clerk of the
District Court, in and for the ofEastern District Pennsylvania.
Paper uaed in thii editioo is
a fine acid-free, pennaiient/durable paper
of the referred to astypemmmonly
"300-year" paper'
CONTE^nTS.
Description, History,CHAPTER I—Slavery a Dis- ar.d Ex-
j
teui of the Domain 56ease.
Abuses and Proper Uses of the
Where shall we find a Remedy? IT
Domain 60
The Two Doctors. Dr. Coloni-
Congress un£t to manage the
sation'a Treatment 20
Domain 68
Dr Abolition's Treatment 26
J««tice to the Master demands CHAPTER IV.—Plan for
a Combined 30Practice
Constitutionally Remorin^
the Public Lands from the
CHAPTER II.—Slayery, if Custody of CoDgrefls, and
perpetuated, fatal to Nations. for ejecting Emancipatioo.
Teachings of the Egyptian Bon- Proposal fora Convention of the
dage of Israel, its diriue Par- People to consider the Sub-
pose 35 jects of Emancipation, Colo-
nization,Parallel between Egyptian and the Appropria-And
American Bondage tion of the Public Domain3& 71
Reaion calls for the Plan ofExodus of Orgaaization for a
the African Rncc Board of the40 Public Domain.. T2
What Appropriationsduties—what I sacrifices to Public Works
in Africa,the call ilemands^of us 43 to prBparo for the
Exodns. 73What the Pait^ says to the Fu-
ture, if we ' refuse the Rducation of the YoungDe- Negro
mand. ... „ 45 for Usefulness in Afriefc. 75
The inevitable "Fate of Nations The Redemption" System will
—how shall we retard it? 46 aid the Exodus 76
The eotuent of all parties ne- Immense Results of the Plan, in
cessary to the Exodus 48 Civilizin? and Christianizing
7"Africa
Proposed Appropriations^ for
CHAPTER III.—The Public American Public Schools,
Domain viewed as a Means which would ultimately extin-
guisL the State Debts.ic 79ibr Emancipation.
'•Degrading Effects of the Mis- Folly of ..the Free ITcme?--
management and Misappro- Scheme.when contrastrJ with .
priatioa of the Domain „ 50 this Plan 80CONTENTS.
preventing InjnryMcana of to Active Interest of the People in
from the loss ofthe South the policy of Government, in
daringSlave Laborers the Colonial Times 110
encouragingExodus, bj Ame- The same Activity in Early Na-
rican Manufactures 80 tional Times 117
prudently husband-Necessity of The Administration of John
the Proceeds of the Do-ing Adams 118
to remunerate the Mas-main,
Acquisition of Right of Entry
ter for the loss ofthe Slave... 81
on Indian Lands by Treaty., ib.
Resources toAmplitude of our
Resistance againstLaw,Popular
if carefullymeet all Demands,
how met 119
managed 82
Administration of ThomasThe
Beneficial Results of the pro-
121JeflFerson
posed Management of the Do-
Weakness of the Frontier ib.main upon Agriculture, Com-
Publicmerce, Currency, and oftheGovernment.... A.
84Morals
of JamesThe Administration
Tendency of California Gold to 122Madison
titend Slare Territory 91
War with En^^d A.
Remarks on the EvilFarther CanadaProject for demanding
Tendency of the Free Home-
as an Indemnity...... 133
93stead Bill
Action discouatenancedbyThis
Government. H.CHAPTER v.—Pint Duties
of the Federalists andApathyof the proposed Board of the
general calm, but Honesty in
Domain, in relation toPublic 134management ofAUkiri
the Exodus.
Administration of JamesThe
Preparation of Africa for the Monroe 136
Reception of Immigrants 96
the PublicJust Guardianship of of Colored Arti- A.Lands
zans andTeachers ofReligion,
pre-emptionEarly but trifling
for Emigration to Africa. 97
Grants - 13S
Adaptation of African Rivers
and Economy itOIPrudence
for publicImprovements 100
predominant. A.
of the River Niger toRelation
Grants ofFirst comsiderable
Liberia and the Nile «&.
^ImproT*-Land for Public
field for Rail-roads and In-Vast 128ments
Trade. 101ternal
The St. Joseph's Purchase. A.
Grandeur of the Future of Afri-
Administration of AndrewThe
ca, if aided according to the
139Jacksonproposed Plan. 105
A.Rererse ofthe Picture.Execution of the PlanThe
in fiill our Debt to Large Purchase of Land fromwouldpay
liice lOT the Indians A.the NeRTO
ofthe Bight ofLoose eztoisions
CHAPTER VI.—Our Ten- ISOPre-emption.
dency to National Decay check mad Speen-Attempts to
through the Influence of inLands „,,^»— 133lations
Ear-Slavery, proved by the Financial Ignoraaee. A.
mare His-lier and Recent Agricultnral madnen and its
133consequencestory of our policy.