Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Great Britain Bearing on the Return of Negro Slaves, 1783-1828

@article{LindsayDiplomaticRB,
  title={Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Great Britain Bearing on the Return of Negro Slaves, 1783-1828},
  author={Arnett G. Lindsay},
  journal={The Journal of Negro History},
  volume={5},
  pages={391 - 419}
}
I This dissertation is the result of the researches of Mr. A. G. Lindsay under Dr. C. G. Woodson at Howard University during the academic year 19191920 and was submitted to the Committee on Graduate Studies in candidacy for the degree of Master of Arts. Dr. C. G. Woodson was the chairman of this committee. The following sources were used in the preparation of this manuscript: American State Papers, Foreign Relations; American State Papers, Confidential Documents; American State Papers, Wait 's… 
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