Good. Discoloration and stains throughout. This catalogue has been washed and deacidified, rebound in acid-free sleeve. Information written in ink and pencil on [page 1] and [page 2-3]. Full measurements: 19.5 cm (H) x 12.4 cm (W).
Erie Canal; New York (State); Canal Appraiser’s Office; Damages; Expenditures; Receipt
20x25 cm. receipt from Canal Appraiser's office awarding Henry Crouse $223.96 for damages incurred as of June 1, 1846. Although the receipt was dated April 17, 1850, the award was made on March 23, 1850.
Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church;Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart;National Federation of Catholic College Students (U.S.);Social action
"Co-ed Leads Drive for Racial Justice" Article announcing Interracial Justice Week and work of National Commission on Interracial Justice. Manhattanville members include: Peggy Brown (Class of 1948), Claire McGowen (Class of 1949), Anne Montgomery...
Account record for the sale of 66 slaves from the cargo of the Brig Othello, sold in Richmond, Virginia, by Adams & Griffin for Samuel and William Vernon of [Newport], Rhode Island. Includes names of purchasers, price paid, and gender and age of...
Birth certificates--New York (State); Slavery--New York (State)
Birth certificate of Jack, born January 24, 1799, belonging to Fredk. Fisher [probably Colonel Frederick Visscher] of Montgomery County, New York. Includes note dated June 30, 1802 stating that, 'Cates child was born named Tom.'
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Eight-Page inventory of the estate of John Craig, including livestock, tools, house wares, books, furniture, and the slaves named Daniel, Aaron, Adam, Tom, Chine, George, Maney, and Sukey, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Four-page deed confirming the heir of John Morrison, namely Ezra Morrison, and regarding property that includes the slaves Dinah, Adam, Charlott, Wyatte, Frances Ann, Maria, James, Mary, Lewis, Dilrey [?], and Elizabeth, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Four-page letter to David Barrow of Montgomery, Kentucky, from several Quakers from Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana Territory regarding the abolition of slavery. Includes note mentioning abolition meeting at Mt. Sterling, Friday before 1st Sunday...
Letter from John Montgomery to Mr. William Patterson of Baltimore [Maryland] regarding the sale of several slaves mortgaged to Mr. Contee. Note in a different hand indicates that letter was answered 29 June .