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A Self-Made Man, Capt. Paul Cuffee. This small pamphlet was written by the great grandson of Paul Cuffe to mark the dediciation of a monument to Paul Cuffe on June 15th 1913 at the Quaker meeting house in Westport. Available as PDF here.
Exploring Paul Cuffe: The Man and his Legacy
A Public Symposium Saturday October 3, 2009
Lamont Thomas is the author of “Rise to be a People: A Biography of Paul Cuffe.”
Local Relationships and Cuffe
Marion Kilson, scholar, Museum of African American History and author of “Kpele Lala:Ga Religious Songs and Symbols.”
Richard C. Kugler, former director New Bedford Whaling Museum.
In the Time of Cuffe
Julie Winch, University of Massachusetts, Boston, author of “A Gentleman of Color: A Biography of James Forten.”
Rise to Be a People – Sierra Leone
David Cole, former lecturer on Economics, Harvard University, author of “Between a Swamp and a Hard Place:Developmental Challenges in Remote Rural Africa.”
Kevin Lowther, former director of Africare, author of forthcoming “The African-American Odyssey of John Kizell.”
This letter appeared in the Feb 23 1863 edition of the New Bedford Evening Standard.
James Congdon writes about Paul Cuffe.