Brooks Jr., George E.
October 1968
Liberian Studies Journal;Oct1968, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
The article presents entries from the journal of naval surgeon Augustus Alvey Adee documenting his experiences while serving at the acting surgeon on the U.S. Navy schooner "Shark:" in Liberia in 1827. Topics discussed include the emigration of natives to the coastal areas, illnesses among colonists, and the cultivation of rice, tobacco, and corn.


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