Abraham Lincoln and Colonization

@article{Lockett1991AbrahamLA,
  title={Abraham Lincoln and Colonization},
  author={James D. Lockett},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1991},
  volume={21},
  pages={428 - 444}
}
The idea of solving the race problem by means of colonization preoccupied the minds and efforts of most leaders in America, both inside and outside of government, from 1800 to 1864. Most of America’s chief executives from Jefferson to Lincoln were supporters of efforts to establish colonies outside the United States for the Black people of America. Some presidents were far more involved than others, but indeed they all espoused schemes to colonize Black people, preferably in Africa, Central… 
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