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    Three Connecticut Slavery Documents. Each one page manuscript with various signatures: 6.5" x 7.5" (no date), 7.5" x 8.5" (1774), 7.5" x 12.5" (1752). Excerpts: "...one hundred pounds current money...James Masters of Woodbury and in Litchfield County for a certain Negro man...". "...1774...in compensation of the sum of forty-seven pounds in hand reward to me in full by the hands of Mr. James Masters of Woodbury to make over and convey & confirm unot the sd Masters my Negro woman...with Negro child...as is above written & that sd Negro woman is well and in good health...". "...1752...James Masters of Woodbury...a certain Negro man...sd Negro man being about Seventeen years of age...his sd Master service by night or by day...and he shall do his master no harm nor see it done without giving notice of it to his sd Master...and if sd Negro should die before sd expiration of it...". Very good condition overall.

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