By Phillip W. Magness, Sebastian N. Page
Heritage has lengthy said that President Abraham Lincoln, the good Emancipator, had thought of different ways to rectifying the matter of slavery in the course of his management. sooner than Emancipation, Lincoln was once a proponent of colonization: the belief of sending African American slaves to a different land to reside as unfastened humans. Lincoln supported resettlement schemes in Panama and Haiti early in his presidency and brazenly endorsed the belief during the fall of 1862. however the bigoted, mistaken idea of colonization by no means turned an enduring fixture of U.S. coverage, and by the point Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, the be aware “colonization” had disappeared from his public lexicon. As such, historical past recalls Lincoln as having deserted his aid of colonization while he signed the proclamation. files exist, in spite of the fact that, that inform one other story.
Colonization after Emancipation: Lincoln and the flow for Black Resettlement explores the formerly unknown fact approximately Lincoln’s perspective towards colonization. students Phillip W. Magness and Sebastian N. web page combed via broad archival fabrics, discovering facts, rather inside of British Colonial and international place of work records, which exposes what historical past has missed to reveal—that Lincoln persisted to pursue colonization for with regards to a yr after emancipation. Their learn even exhibits that Lincoln could have been trying to revive this coverage on the time of his assassination.
Using long-forgotten files scattered throughout 3 continents—many of them untouched because the Civil War—the authors convey that Lincoln endured his look for a freedmen’s colony for much longer than formerly idea. Colonization after Emancipation unearths Lincoln’s hugely secretive negotiations with the British govt to discover appropriate lands for colonization within the West Indies and depicts how the U.S. govt labored with British brokers and leaders within the loose black group to recruit emigrants for the proposed colonies. The publication indicates that the scheme used to be by no means very hot inside Lincoln’s management or even grew to become an issue of subversion while the president’s subordinates begun struggling with for keep an eye on over a profitable “colonization fund” proven via Congress.
Colonization after Emancipation finds an unexplored bankruptcy of the emancipation tale. A useful contribution to Lincoln reports and Civil battle heritage, this e-book finds the evidence approximately an ill-fated venture and illuminates simply how complicated, or even convoluted, Abraham Lincoln’s principles concerning the finish of slavery fairly have been.
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Colonization After Emancipation: Lincoln and the Movement for Black Resettlement by Phillip W. Magness, Sebastian N. Page