Posts Tagged ‘edenton’

“In December 1852, William Pettigrew reported to a slaveholding correspondent, the town of Edenton, North Carolina, was still full of talk about a rebellion said to have been planned by Josiah Collins’s slaves in October. “ThoseĀ  implicated had been sold to a trader and gathered into a coffle [that is, a line of slaves chained […]

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— The Asheville Citizen-Times offers a nicely done page of local historical photos. A 1943 shot raises the question: Might there also have been a Colored Transportation Co., or was that purpose adequately served by the back of the White Transportation bus? — Also in the Citizen-Times: lots and lots of coverage of May Day […]

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