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    • 178 Sugar and cotton plantation slaves!

    • Slave traders--United States;Slave trade--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Broadsides;Auctions;
    • Broadside for slave auction held March 13-14, 1855. Auction held for the benefit of the William M. Lambeth succession of the Waverly and Meredith plantations. The auctioneers are Beard & May. Auction held at Banks' Arcade on Magazine Street in New...
    • License to import slaves

    • Slave trade--1800-1810; Slave trade--United States--History--Sources; Slavery--United States--History--Sources; Duplantier, Armand
    • A license to import slaves granted by Juan Ventura Morales in Pensacola to Armand Duplantier in Baton Rouge. Morlaes signed the document and his secretary Francisco Guitierrez de Arroyo countersigned it. Two additonal signatures are Juan Franco and...
    • 178 Sugar and cotton plantation slaves!

    • Slave traders--United States;Slave trade--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Broadsides;Auctions;
    • Broadside for slave auction held March 13-14, 1855. Auction held for the benefit of the William M. Lambeth succession of the Waverly and Meredith plantations. The auctioneers are Beard & May. Auction held at Banks' Arcade on Magazine Street in New...
    • C.K. Marshall letter, 1854 October 23

    • Cartwright, Samuel A. (Samuel Adolphus), 1793-1863.; Slavery--United States--Religious aspects.; Slavery in the Bible.; Textbooks--Southern States.
    • Letter from C.K. Marshall, Vicksburg, to Samuel Cartwright, New Orleans, defending slavery in biblical terms and stressing need for southern books in southern schools, giving examples of problematic northern books.
    • Ranaway

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana--Jefferson Parish;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;
    • Newspaper ad for the return of runaway slaves from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, Jan. 6, 1827.
    • Runaway from the jail

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Fugitives from justice;
    • Newspaper ad for return of a runaway slave, L'Ami de Lois, Jan. 21, 1814.
    • Ten dollars reward

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;
    • Newspaper ad for the return of runaway slaves from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, June 30, 1837. Ad also warns of punishment for those who harbor fugitive slaves.
    • Ranaway

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana--Jefferson Parish;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;
    • Newspaper ad for the return of runaway slaves from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, Jan. 6, 1827.
    • Lease on a slave

    • Slave records--Louisiana;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;
    • Lease on a slave "Mary" for period of five years, 1857. Signed by several members of the McMichael family.
    • 1000 dollars reward

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Fugitives from justice;Lafitte, Pierre;Pirates;
    • Newspaper ad., $1000 reward for capture of Pirate Pierre Lafitte and three slaves, from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, Sept. 7, 1814.
    • AA. Foreword

    • African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans Region--History--19th century; Slavery -- United States -- History.
    • The unpublished manuscript "The Negro in Louisiana" is a work begun by the Dillard (University) Project in 1942, an arm of the WPA's Federal Writer's Project. After the dissolution of the unit, Marcus Christian maintained and edited the document in...
    • Runaway from the jail

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Fugitives from justice;
    • Newspaper ad for return of a runaway slave, L'Ami de Lois, Jan. 21, 1814.
    • Detained in the police jail

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Creoles;Hains, Amos;Peyroux, Silvain;
    • Newspaper ad by Constable Youenes for the return of detained slaves from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, July 12, 1841.
    • AAA. Introduction

    • African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans Region--History--19th century; Slavery -- United States -- History.
    • The unpublished manuscript "The Negro in Louisiana" is a work begun by the Dillard (University) Project in 1942, an arm of the WPA's Federal Writer's Project. After the dissolution of the unit, Marcus Christian maintained and edited the document in...
    • A. Front Matter

    • African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans Region--History--19th century; Slavery -- United States -- History.
    • The unpublished manuscript "The Negro in Louisiana" is a work begun by the Dillard (University) Project in 1942, an arm of the WPA's Federal Writer's Project. After the dissolution of the unit, Marcus Christian maintained and edited the document in...
    • 1000 dollars reward

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Fugitives from justice;Lafitte, Pierre;Pirates;
    • Newspaper ad., $1000 reward for capture of Pirate Pierre Lafitte and three slaves, from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, Sept. 7, 1814.

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