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(Source: Official AME Church history) American Colonization Society Formed At the urging of Charles Fenton Mercer, a Federalist member of the Virginia state assembly, Presbyterian minister Robert Finley helps found the organization that is devoted to bring free blacks from the United States to what would later be Liberia.
Despite being overtly anti-slavery, ACS members were openly racist and frequently argued that free blacks would be unable to assimilate into white society. Church, The American Colonization Society, which is founded by a white Presbyterian clergyman named Robert Finley establishes the black Republic of Liberia in West Africa and begins encouraging emigration of blacks to this new African country.
Source: Wikipedia Black Emigration to Liberia Over the objections of the A. First Black Patent Granted Thomas Jennings invents a dry cleaning process. Nat Turner’s Rebellion Claiming he is called upon to deliver his people, Nat Turner leads 60 men in a two-day rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia.
Turner claims the spirit of the Old Testament called on him to deliver his people.
Inglis played his college golf at Tulsa, where he was an All-American.
This past summer Inglis became the first person to compete as a player and then coach at the Palmer Cup, which features the best collegiate golfers from the United States and Europe.
It is formed because blacks who were praying in the Methodist Episcopal church were pulled up off their knees.
E.) is organized in Philadelphia with Richard Allen as the founding bishop.
Turner remains at large for two months, until he is captured, tried, and hanged.