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Peculiar rhetoric : slavery, freedom, and the African colonization movement

Stillion Southard, Bjørn F

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서명/저자사항Peculiar rhetoric : slavery, freedom, and the African colonization movement / Bjørn F. Stillion Southard.
개인저자Stillion Southard, Bjørn F.
발행사항Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2019.
형태사항p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서명Race, rhetoric, and media series
ISBN9781496823694 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9781496823830 (pbk. : alk. paper)
일반주기 "First printing 2019."
서지주기Includes bibliographical references and index.
요약"The African colonization movement occupies a troubling rhetorical territory in the struggle for racial equality in the United States. For white colonizationists, the movement seemed positioned as a welcome compromise between slavery and abolition. For free blacks, colonization offered the hope of freedom, but not within America's borders. Bj첩rn F. Stillion Southard indicates how politics and identity were negotiated amid the intense public debate on race, slavery, and freedom in America. Operating from a position of power, white advocates argued that colonization was worthy of massive support from the federal government. Stillion Southard pores over the speeches of Henry Clay, Elias B. Caldwell, and Abraham Lincoln, which engaged with colonization during its active deliberation. Between Clay's and Caldwell's speeches at the founding of the American Colonization Society (ACS) in 1816 and Lincoln's final public effort to encourage colonization in 1862, Stillion Southard analyzes the little-known speeches and writings of free blacks who wrestled with colonization's conditional promises of freedom. He examines an array of discourses to probe the complex issues of identity confronting free blacks who attempted to meaningfully engage in colonization efforts. From a peculiarly voiced "Counter Memorial" against the ACS to the letters of wealthy black merchant Louis Sheridan negotiating for his passage to Liberia to the civically minded orations of Hilary Teage in Liberia, Stillion Southard brings to light the intricate rhetoric of blacks who addressed colonization to Africa."--Provided by publisher.
주제명(개인명)Lincoln, Abraham,1809-1865 -- Political and social views.
Clay, Henry,1777-1852 -- Political and social views.
Caldwell, Elias Boudinot,1776-1825 -- Political and social views.
Sheridan, LouisPolitical and social views.
Teage, HilaryPolitical and social views.
주제명(단체명)American Colonization Society --History
일반주제명African Americans --Colonization --Liberia --19th century.
Free blacks --America --History --19th century.
Slavery --United States --History --19th century.
Rhetoric --Political aspects --United States --History --19th century.
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