New York State Colonization Society Records 1849-1968

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New York State Colonization Society Records, 1849-1968

New York State Colonization Society Records 1849-1968

The records of the New-York Colonization Society reflect the goals and projects funded by the society as well as its daily operations. The records have been divided into six series: Board of Directors, General Administration, Organizations and Scholarships, Financial Records, Printed Matter and Artifact.

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