Aerial view of the aqueduct, Schenectady, New York. This sepia postcard of [presumably the Erie canal] alongside an unidentified river, is surounded by a stylized border. The initials A.V. S. [bottom right].
Bill of sale for "a negroe man slave named Tom," purcahsed by Mr. John Joyce [of Kingston, Jamaica] from James Boyle. Includes additional note that funds will also pay "three weeks allowance and dressing his leg."
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--Georgia--Jefferson County; Slavery--Georgia--Jefferson County; Inventories of decedents' estates--Georgia--Jefferson County
Four-page inventory of Homer Virgil Milton [probably of Jefferson County, Georgia]. Includes names and estimated value of aprroximately 32 slaves, among other household goods. Signed on last page by appraisers Samuel Clements, Robert Lowry, Tom Rim...
Front caption [in decorative typeface] reads: "D. & H. Bridge and Canal near Schenectady, N.Y." [bottom of card]. A View of the Erie Canal and the Mohawk River near Schenectady, NY. Canal and river run parallel to each other and are divided by a...