The Future of the Colored Race in America is a treatise by William Aikman that was published as an article in the Presbyterian Quarterly Review of July, 1862. The book comments on the state of the Negro slaves in America and the course of first year of the Civil War. The book also presents the authors reviews and apprehensions about the future of the blacks and says that the future of the blacks is in Africa not America.
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William Aikman (1824-1909) was an American author and pastor. He was a Presbyterian minister and a Pastor at the Hanover Street Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Delaware. He also lived in New York City and Detroit. Aikman was a great campaigner for the rights of blacks in America, which he discusses in his book, The Future of the Coloured Race in America (1862). It reviews the system of slavery in the United States and the course of first year of the Civil War.
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