Slavery -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 3905
Scope and Contents Materials include one bound record book containing records for deeds of consecration to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including the transfer of two female African slaves. The documents say African Servant Girls. These were recorded by Lucius N. Scovil, county recorder, and Dominicus Carter, probate judge. Dated December 26, 1856-January 29, 1857.
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 3
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 9
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 8
Scope and Contents note Material of Arch Carroll, Jacque Clamorgan, Meriweather Lewis Clarke, the Chouteau family, Wilson Price Hunt, Simon Kent, Manuel Lisa, James McKay, William Elias Rector, Moses Tenant, and Israel Thompson (correspondence, legal documents, receipts and bills of sale, indentures, account inventories, trade licenses, wills, bonds, pamphlets, etc).
Dates: Other: 1780-1835; Other: 1942
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 4
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 10
Scope and Contents note Affidavits and depositions, intelligence, bills of sale, monetary transactions and receipts, bonds, court summons, indentures, deeds, land transactions and mortgages, letters of complaint, petitions and plans for the construction of public roads and buildings, promissory notes, public appointments, elections, and minutes of legislature, and miscellaneous papers, holographs and printed material.
Dates: Other: 1784-1935
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 11
Scope and Contents note Miscellaneous(4 items): Arnaud Beauvis grants Nathan Taylor power of attorney. 4/12/1829. Three summons issued by Thomas H. Brown, justice of the peace, in Spencer County. 2/26/1839, 3/2/1839, 3/20/1839.
Dates: Other: 1829-1839
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 12
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 13
Identifier: MSS 1448 Series 14