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    Slave Appraisals: Perry County Alabama. Pair of slave appraisals from Perry County, Alabama. The first is 2 pages, 7 ¾ ' x 9 ¾ ', April 16, 1860, being the estate of Mrs. Jincy Eiland, fine. On the first page the document lists fourteen slaves. Listed are men, women, girls, boys and an old woman. The second document is 5 pages, 8 ¼ ' x 10 ½ ', November 1863, being the estate of John C. Driver. The appraisal lists thirty five slaves. Edge roughness, else good.

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    February, 2021
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
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