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    Sambo

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1856, of Sarah Jerdone (Toler) Denton to husband, Allen Denton, concerning daily life and African-American slaves., Letter, 07/12/1856

    Letter was started by Sarah Denton and finished by her daughter, Mary Jerdone (Denton) Cottrell.

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    Nelson Samuel Waller

    Letter, 1857, of Patrick H. Jackson, of Farmville, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning two African-American slaves, Peter Shelton and Sarah., Letter, 07/16/1857

    Concerns Jackson's offer to sell Sarah to Dr. Waller so that she can be reunited with her husband, Peter Shelton, a slave of Dr. Waller. The bottom half of the letter is from Peter Shelton.

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    Patrick H. Jackson

    Letter, 1857, of Patrick H. Jackson, of Farmville, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning two African-American slaves, Peter Shelton and Sarah., Letter, 07/16/1857

    Concerns Jackson's offer to sell Sarah to Dr. Waller so that she can be reunited with her husband, Peter Shelton, a slave of Dr. Waller. The bottom half of the letter is from Peter Shelton.

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    Sarah

    Letter, 1857, of Patrick H. Jackson, of Farmville, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning two African-American slaves, Peter Shelton and Sarah., Letter, 07/16/1857

    Concerns Jackson's offer to sell Sarah to Dr. Waller so that she can be reunited with her husband, Peter Shelton, a slave of Dr. Waller. The bottom half of the letter is from Peter Shelton.

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    Peter Shelton

    Letter, 1857, of Patrick H. Jackson, of Farmville, Va., to Dr. Nelson Samuel Waller, of Spotsylvania County, Va., concerning two African-American slaves, Peter Shelton and Sarah., Letter, 07/16/1857

    Concerns Jackson's offer to sell Sarah to Dr. Waller so that she can be reunited with her husband, Peter Shelton, a slave of Dr. Waller. The bottom half of the letter is from Peter Shelton.

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    James Stanard

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Lucy Gardner

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Lucy Cook

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Juddy

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Unknown

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Aley

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    George Daniel Fisher

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    George Fisher

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Willis

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    Henry

    Letter, 1851, of George D. Fisher, of Richmond, Va., to James Stanard, of Philadelphia, Pa., a former African-American slave. , Letter, 11/13/1857

    Concerning family news of both white and African American members of James Stanard's former household and comparison of northern cities and the South with respect to the economy and unemployment.

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    William Daniel Cabell

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Mr. Turner

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Miss Perking

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Tom

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Jane

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Mimy

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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    Betsy

    Letter, 1858, of William Daniel Cabell of "Benvenue," [Nelson County, Va.], to his wife (i.e., Elizabeth Nicholas (Cabell) Cabell), concerning the sale of African American slaves., Letter, 02/11/1858

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