Together with a preliminary consideration of the unity of the human family, an historical sketch of Africa, and an account of the negro governments of Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Primary School for Colored Children established in 1820.--Missouri passes Stringent Laws against the Instruction of Negroes.--New York provides for the Education of Negroes.--Elias Neau opens a School in New York City for Negro Slaves in 1704.--"New York African Free School" in 1786.--Visit of Lafayette to the African Schools in 1824.--His Address.--Public Schools for Colored Children in New York.--Colored Schools in Ohio.--"Cincinnati High School" for Colored Youths founded in 1844.--Oberlin College opens its Doors to Colored Students.--The Establishment of Colored Schools in Pennsylvania by Anthony Benezet in 1750.--His Will.--"Institute for Colored Youths" established in 1837.--"Avery College" at Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, founded in 1849.--Ashmun Institute, or Lincoln University, founded in October, 1856.--South Carolina takes Definite Action against the Education or Promotion of the Colored Race in 1800-1803-1834.--Tennessee makes no Discrimination against Color in the School Law of 1840.--Little Opp
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