2 edition of Paul Cuffe found in the catalog.
Henry Noble Sherwood
by Association for the study of Negro life and history in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Reprinted from the Journal of Negro history, vol. 8, no. 2, April 1923
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
A lmighty God, who empowers evangelists and preachers: Help us to proclaim your Word with power, like your servant Paul Cuffee, that more might come to a deeper life in you; in the Name of your Son Jesus Christ, who with you and the Holy Spirit lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. Old Testament Isaiah –5. Paul Cuffe was a Massachusetts shipping magnate of the early 19th century — and probably the wealthiest African American of his era. Paul Cuffe was the youngest of the ten children of an emancipated African, Kofi Slocum, and Wampanoag tribe member Ruth Moses.
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American ship owner, merchant, and Pan-Africanist. Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Paul Cuffe, a Pequot Indian During Thirty Years Spent at Sea, and in Travelling in Foreign Lands by Paul Cuffe out of 5 stars 1. Cuff Slocum’s Exercise Book and Book of Accounts found in Paul Cuffe’s Papers contains a record that he and one of his sons, probably David, the eldest, also worked on helping to build a house on Cuttyhunk for Rebecca Slocum in They were each paid 3 shillings per day for this work.
Paul Cuffee (–) was a mixed-race, successful Quaker ship owner descended from Ashanti and Wampanoag parents. He advocated settling freed American slaves in Africa and gained support from the British government, free black leaders in the United States, and members of Congress to take emigrants to the British colony of Sierra Leone/5(2).
Paul Cuffe, a Brief Biography Paul Cuffe was born on Cuttyhunk Island, at the west end of the Elizabeth Islands chain in Massachusetts, on Janu He was the seventh child and fourth son of Cuff Slocum, an emancipated slave from West Africa, and Ruth Moses, a.
Paul Cuffee or Paul Cuffe (Janu – September 9, ) was a Quaker businessman, sea captain, patriot, and was of Aquinnah Wampanoag and West African Ashanti descent and helped colonize Sierra Leone. Cuffe built a lucrative shipping empire and established the first racially integrated school in Westport, Massachusetts.
A devout Christian, Cuffee often preached and. Paul Cuffe, American shipowner, merchant, and Pan-Africanist who was an influential figure in the 19th-century movement to resettle free black Americans to Africa.
He was one of 10 children born to Kofi (or Cuffe) Slocum, a freed slave, and Ruth Moses, a Native American of the Wampanoag tribe.
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Paul Cuffe. [Arthur Diamond] -- A biography of the American seaman and merchant who encouraged fellow blacks to colonize Sierra Leone, who sought a stronger legal position for blacks in America, and who was responsible for a.
Paul Cuffeship captain, merchant, and abolitionistBorn: Janu Birthplace: Cuttyhunk, Mass. Paul Cuffe was born in colonial Massachusetts as a free black.
Cuffe's mother was an American Indian and his father had been brought to the New World from Africa as a. Paul Cuffe’s life and letters mark an important chapter in American history. African Americans have lived in this community since its earliest days, attracted in part by tolerant Quaker tenets and their general abhorrence of slavery.
Paul Cuffe himself was a Quaker and helped build the Meeting House in. Memoir of Captain Paul Cuffe a Man of Colour book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1). Cuffe, Paul – Paul Cuffe was a humanitarian, civil rights advocate, Quaker, businessman, sailor, merchant, and colonizer.
He was born on the Massachusetts island of Chuttyhunk inthe son of Cuffe Slocum, a former slave of Asante heritage, and a Native American named Ruth Moses. Paul Cuffe Manuscript Papers Every piece in the Library has its own unique story to tell, and we invite you to look at a few of the thousands of materials and hear their tales through the Museum’s From the Vault, a rotating digital exhibit featuring a different treasure from the Library.
The papers of Paul Cuffe,Mss Collection #10 in the Museum’s Archives, consist of rich. Narrative of the life and adventures of Paul Cuffe, a Pequot Indian, during Thirty Years spent at sea () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
Paul Cuffe (–), the Quaker son of a former slave, was a successful merchant and ship captain in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Through his Quaker connections, in Cuffe became interested in the movement to return former slaves to Africa, and by he had undertaken his first trip to Sierra Leone to explore the possibilities for legitimate trade in goods other than slaves and to.
As Forten wrote to Paul Cuffe on Janu "there was not one sole [sic] that was in favor of going to Africa." The common black people had understood what their leaders had not. Paul Cuffe: Black America and the African return. New York, Simon and Schuster  (OCoLC) Online version: Harris, Sheldon H.
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According to the book, Images of America: Westport, issued by the Westport Historical Society, Paul Cuffe "envisioned a triangular trade between Africa, Europe, and America, a dream that.