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    Antebellum Estate Inventory Itemizing Slaves. Manuscript document, "A list of my negroes", one page, 7.5" x 9.75", n.p., n.d. Thirty-four named slaves are noted here with ages ranging from 2 months to seventy-five years. Most of these individuals have commonplace names; however, a forty year-old of unknown gender is identified as "Anarchy"! A piano, $6000 cash, a watch, a carriage, a buggy, and some silver plate augment the $9200 value placed upon the slaves. Browning, two stains, and a small area of paper loss along the right edge. Bold and legible. Overall good condition.

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    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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