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  • Description is exactly "1. Pages 87 and 92 of "Anti-Slavery Sentiment in the South; With Unpublished Letters from John Stuart Mill and Mrs. Stowe" by Stephen D. Weeks, Ph.D.

    Concerning the existence of abolitionist societies in Northwest Alabama, Weeks writes:

    "There were in 1832 seven [sic] Colonization Societies in Alabama: The State Society, Courtland, LaGrange, Tuscumbia, Florence, Madison County, Athens, and Lincoln."

    Note: In February of 1832 the Perry County Colonization Society was established in Marion, in Perry County, Alabama.
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