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    Mathew D. Ector Legal Document Signed containing slavery content. One and one-quarter page, 7.75" x 12.5", Rusk County, Texas, March 27, 1852. Ector was a lawyer in Henderson, Texas, when he signed this document concerning a "memorandum of levee upon two Negroes. Sam a man about 30 years old and a woman about 28 years old." Ector later served in the Confederate Army as a brigadier general in command of Ector's Brigade. Toned with folds and foxing. The lower right corner has been removed.

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    October, 2010
    23rd Saturday
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