This chapter explains the origins of the African colonization movement. It discusses North Carolina Quakers' opposition to slavery in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; the idea of African Americans migrating from the country as a solution to the dilemma of black bondage; and the efforts of the Manumission & Colonization Society of North Carolina to obtain local and government support for manumission and relocation.
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