Color postcards;Towpaths;Boats;Canals;Facilities;Trees;Bridges;Reflections;Cities & towns;Canal boats;
A canal boat carrying three people on a canal in Rosendale, N.Y. Along the left side is a towpath with trees and houses. The water is reflecting the forementioned trees and facilities. A person is leaning over a a bridge. In the distance are...
Black & white postcards;Boats;Towpaths;Reflections;Facilities;Canals;
A view of Erie Canal in Fultonville, N.Y. On the left side of the canal are [presumably] homes. On the right side is a towpath. In the distance is [presumably] a steam boat next to [presumably] industrial buildings. Even further out are...
An aerial view of the Erie Canal near the locks in Lockport, N.Y. with passengers on canal boats and a view of cityscape in the background. Two people on the left hand side on a cliff. There are blotches of dried ink [presumably] from the postmark...
Birth certificates--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York
Birth certificate of Cornelia Wilson, born May 20, 1808, to a 'Negro Woman Slave named Maria' belonging to New York City dealer Isaac Abrahams. Damage to document on right side with text missing, including birth date.
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slaves--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slavery--Kentucky--Jefferson County
Eight-page inventory of the estate of David Brown, including furniture, livestock, and the slaves Sarah, James, Jack, Willis, Charles, Hester, Charlotte, Matilda, Emily, Maria, and Jim, in Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Four-page circular for distribution to readers of The Liberator, soliciting donations and additional subscribers. Includes quotes of praise from several well-known abolitionists, such as Gerrit Smith and George Thompson.
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.