Creator: Slavery papers, 1799-1818 [manuscript].
Collection number: 2092
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Abstract: Notes regarding legal cases involving slaves in New York City, 1799-1818; bills of sale for slaves, Stokes County, N.C., 1801, and Wake County, N.C., 1818; a list of slaves and values, no place indicated, undated; and a slave pass (typed transcription), Darlington, S.C., undated.
Repository: Southern Historical Collection
Collection Highlights: Miscellaneous papers relating to slavery, including an undated slave list (no place indicated); a copy of a slave pass written by Major Hugh Lide, formerly a senator from Darlington, South Carolina (n.d.); a copy of New York City court records of cases relating to slavery, including the physical assault of Isabel Foster, enslaved woman, and her infant child (1799-1818); a bill of sale for a slave in Stokes County, North Carolina (1801); and a bill of sale for a slave referred to as “Negro Boy Peter,” conveyed by Kendrick Myatt to the Misses Pulliam, Raleigh, North Carolina.
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