1. Liberia Liberia got its name from the group of Quakers and slaveholders who wanted to repatriate freed Black people to Africa, a report by PBS explains. The group, known as the American Colonization Society, planned to send freed Black people back to Africa instead of having them potentially caus...1. Liberia Liberia got its name from the group of Quakers and slaveholders who wanted to repatriate freed Black people to Africa, a report by PBS explains. The group, known as the American…

1. Liberia Liberia got its name from the group of Quakers and slaveholders who wanted to repatriate freed Black people to Africa, a report by PBS explains. The group, known as the American Colonization Society, planned to send freed Black people back to Africa instead of having them potentially caus...1. Liberia Liberia got its name from the group of Quakers and slaveholders who wanted to repatriate freed Black people to Africa, a report by PBS explains. The group, known as the American…

Index of the period.  Biography and more!

Index of the period. Biography and more!

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White privilege means not being affected by negative stereotypes that have been perpetuated and ingrained so much into American society that people believe them to be fact.

Navajo Chief Hush-Kaaney (anglicized Hoskaninni) around 1900. Hoskaninni successfully defied government troops under Kit Carson and made himself monarch of Monument Valley. Courtesy Utah Historical Society

Navajo Chief Hush-Kaaney (anglicized Hoskaninni) around 1900. Hoskaninni successfully defied government troops under Kit Carson and made himself monarch of Monument Valley. Courtesy Utah Historical Society

Protestant Episcopal bishop and clergy in Liberia in 1895. The photograph was taken by the American Colonization Society. The society was founded in 1816 to assist free black people in emigrating to Africa. It was the brainchild of the Reverend Robert Finley, a minister from Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Finley believed that blacks would never be fully integrated into American society and that they would only be able to fulfill their potential as human beings in Africa, the "land of their…

Protestant Episcopal bishop and clergy in Liberia in 1895. The photograph was taken by the American Colonization Society. The society was founded in 1816 to assist free black people in emigrating to Africa. It was the brainchild of the Reverend Robert Finley, a minister from Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Finley believed that blacks would never be fully integrated into American society and that they would only be able to fulfill their potential as human beings in Africa, the "land of their…

Igniting King Philip's War: The John Sassamon Murder Trial by Yasuhide Kawashima. $14.95. Author: Yasuhide Kawashima. Publication: June 20, 2001. Publisher: University Press of Kansas (June 20, 2001). Series - Landmark Law Cases & American Society

Igniting King Philip's War: The John Sassamon Murder Trial by Yasuhide Kawashima. $14.95. Author: Yasuhide Kawashima. Publication: June 20, 2001. Publisher: University Press of Kansas (June 20, 2001). Series - Landmark Law Cases & American Society

Native American Society on the Eve of British Colonization [ushistory.org]

Native American Society on the Eve of British Colonization [ushistory.org]

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