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Blyden, E. W.
Blyden, Edward
Blyden, Edward W.
Blyden, Edward Wilmot
Dates: 
1832-1912
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Anderson, Benjamin J.K. (1834-1910)
Barta, Mohammed (fl. 1868))
Dwight, Theodore (1796-1866)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Lewis, Samuel ?-1865
Lewis, Tayler (1802-1877)
Lynch, Hollis Ralph
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Schieffelin, Henry M.
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address delivered July 26, 1866, on Mount Lebanon, Syria, at the celebration of the nineteenth anniversary of the independence of Liberia, An : held by American missionaries and other citizens of the United States, residing in Syria
African life and customs reprinted from the Sierra Leone weekly news
aims and methods of liberal education for Africans., The
Appendix to Benj. Anderson's Journey to Musadu : an exact fac-simile of a letter from the king of Musadu to the President of Liberia, written by a young Mandingo, at Musadu, in Arabic, in the latter part of 1868 ; printed from photographic relief plates
Black spokesman selected published writings of Edward Wilmot Blyden
Christianity, Islam and the Negro race
I︠U︡. Edward Blyden and African nationalism, 1978:
Liberia, past, present, and future
liberia's offering: being addresses, sermons, etc.
Liberia : the land of promise to free colored men.
Narrative of a journey to Musardu the capital of the western Mandingoes
negro in ancient history ... 1869., The
origin and purpose of African colonization. Being the annual discourse delivered at the sixty-sixth anniversary of the American Colonization Society, held in the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C., Sunday, January 14, 1883, The
Our origin, dangers and duties. The annual address before the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Monrovia, July 26, 1865, the day of national independence; and repeated on Tuesday, August 1, 1865, at Caldwell, St. Paul's River.
people of Africa. A series of papers on their character, condition, and future prospects, The
problems before Liberia. A lecture delivered in the Senate chamber at Monrovia, January 18, 1909., The
Selected letters
Three needs of liberia. a lecture delivered at lower buchanan, grand bassa county, liberia, january 26, 1908
West Africa before Europe, and other addresses, delivered in England in 1901 and 1903
West African university: correspondence between Edward W. Blyden, M. A., and His Excellency J. Pope Hennessy ..., The
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