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Twenty of them knew how to read and write; thus, three members of the group were children. Ephrain Bacon, Jonathan B. Winn, Christian Wiltberger, and Joseph R. The Nautilus anchored at Fourah Bay, Sierra Leone with its crews on March 9, 1821. 19 Against this backdrop, the two groups under the leadership of Bacon, Winn,Wiltberger, and Andrus were to start afresh in search of a suitable location for the establishment of the proposed colony. 2 The ACS published The African Intelligencer in Washington, DC under the editorship of Jehudi Ashmun who later served as the Liberian Governor from 1822 to 1828.
Indeed, Liberia’s developing institutional values and Russwurm’s acquired rectitude accommodated each other easily, largely because they had a lot in common. They had consciously or unconsciously passed these ideals on to the ACS, which in turn introduced them in Liberia through its representatives such as Dr. Eli Ayres, Jehudi Ashmun, Richard Randall, Joseph Mechlin, John Penney, Ezekiel Skinner, Anthony William, Thomas Buchanan, and Joseph J. Roberts. 00 per copy. It shows the signature of William McClain and Henry Clay, two prominent members of the Colonization Society.
Knowledge follows revolutions and travels over the globe. Man alone, remains the same being, whether placed under the torrid suns of Africa or in the more congenial temperate zone. . Among the many interesting events of the present day, and illustrative of this, is the Revolution in Hayti holds a conspicuous place. The former political condition of Hayti we all doubtless know. After years of sanguinary struggle for freedom and a political existence, the Haytiens on the auspicious day of January first 1804 declared themselves a free and independent nation.
African American Settlements in West Africa: John Brown Russwurm and the American Civilizing Efforts by Amos J. Beyan (auth.)