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    Hannah

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    Tom

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    George Daniel Fisher

    Letter, 1847, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to the captain of the schooner "Lightfoot" concerning James Stanard and several emancipated African-Americans., Letter, 09/30/1847

    Concerning the cost of passage to New Bedford, Mass., for James, Maria, Dennis, Hannah, and her son Tom.

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    Tom

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Nancy

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Eliza

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Mary

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Dilsy

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    George

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Charles

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    Jerry

    Letter, 1849, of Jonathan W. McCalley, of "Homeland Cottage," Spotsylvania County, Va., to William J. McCalley, of Huntsville, Ala., Letter, 01/07/1849

    Concerning the possible sale of slaves, including two young women who are willing to be separated from their mother; a slave injured while working for hire; and the current rates for hiring out slaves to public works projects and iron mines.

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    James Carr

    Letter, 1849, of Levi Coffin, of Cincinnati, Ohio, to E[mory] D. Coffin, of New Garden, Guilford County, N.C. , Letter, 03/11/1849

    Discusses the work of the Society of Friends and mention of his efforts to secure the freedom of James Carr, an African-American slave.

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    [ ] Weaver

    Letter, 1849, of Levi Coffin, of Cincinnati, Ohio, to E[mory] D. Coffin, of New Garden, Guilford County, N.C. , Letter, 03/11/1849

    Discusses the work of the Society of Friends and mention of his efforts to secure the freedom of James Carr, an African-American slave.

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    Amos Brannock

    Letter, 1850, of James Brannock, Guilford County, N.C., to Tomlinson, Lines & Co., Randolph County, N.C., Letter, 09/15/1850

    Concerning the possible purchase of Amos Brannock, an African American slave.

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    James Brannock

    Letter, 1850, of James Brannock, Guilford County, N.C., to Tomlinson, Lines & Co., Randolph County, N.C., Letter, 09/15/1850

    Concerning the possible purchase of Amos Brannock, an African American slave.

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    Philip Turner Southall

    Letter, 1850, of Philip Turner Southall, of Amelia County, Va., to Stephen Osborne Southall, of Farmville, Va., concerning the hire and proposed sale of Nelson, an African-American slave., Letter, 11/11/1850

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    Nelson

    Letter, 1850, of Philip Turner Southall, of Amelia County, Va., to Stephen Osborne Southall, of Farmville, Va., concerning the hire and proposed sale of Nelson, an African-American slave., Letter, 11/11/1850

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    William Wirt

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Ross

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Isaac

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Reuben

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Joshua

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Edmund

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Sam

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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    Anthony

    Letter, 1850, of Dr. William Wirt, of "Bleak Hall," Westmoreland County, Va., to Lawrence Washington, of "Oak Grove," Westmoreland County, Va., concerning the hiring out of several African-American slaves., Letter, 12/12/1850

    The letter concerns the hiring out of an African-American slave named Ross, and the occupations of some of the slaves he wished to hire out in 1851, and includes a list of slaves hired out in 1850 and to whom.

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