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FSU_MSS_0261_B517_F001_I001edit.pdf
A small notebook with Geo. Whitfield printed on the first page followed by manuscript entries. The notebook documents the financial transactions of Geo. Whitfield around Tallahassee, Florida, including his business transactions regarding slaves he…

FSU_MSS_0261_B517_F001_I001.pdf
A small notebook with Geo. Whitfield printed on the first page followed by manuscript entries. The notebook documents the financial transactions of Geo. Whitfield around Tallahassee, Florida, including his business transactions regarding slaves he…

Warren County.pdf
These materials come from the folder "Warren County Race Question, 1964," containing correspondence involving the Warren County, NC branch of the NAACP, NC Board of Education, and the Governor's Office. The three letters regard the Warren County…

Vilet-Lester-letter-page1.pdf
Letter from Vilet Lester to her former owner, Pastey Patterson, briefly describing her chain of owners since she left Patterson. She inquires about several individuals, including her daughter, whom Lester’s new owner agreed to buy in order to reunite…

KIC Image 0005.jpg
Report on the Maryland State Colonization Society's establishment of a settlement in Liberia, with two fold-out maps.

National Intelligencer p. 4.pdf
This issue of the National Intelligencer re-printed letters from the Navy that described the American attack on the Negro Fort at Prospect Bluff on July 27, 1816.

locust_grove.jpg
The Locust Grove Plantation Ledger contains the names, marriages, births, and deaths of enslaved peoples on a plantation which internal evidence suggests was Locust Grove Plantation in Jefferson County, Mississippi. Ledger also contains cotton…

locust_grove.jpg
The Locust Grove Plantation Ledger contains the names, marriages, births, and deaths of enslaved peoples on a plantation which internal evidence suggests was Locust Grove Plantation in Jefferson County, Mississippi. Ledger also contains cotton…

The Jackson Wagon Sun Flower Band: As they appeared at the Great Fairs of 1884
Chromolithograph print showing six African-American men who made up The Jackson Wagon Sun Flower Band, dressed in striped shirts and bib-pants which are decorated with sunflowers and wagon wheels. At upper left is a color portrait of E. A. Webster,…

exilesofflorida.pdf
Book. Pagination: viii, 338 p., port. ; 21 cm. Digitized as a part of the Association of Southeast Research Libraries (ASERL) cooperative digitization project "Civil War in the American South."
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