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Series VI: Letters [series]:
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Anxiety of purchasing slaves
Rudin # S - 182

  2  
Notice to African American man to get out of town
Rudin # S - 621

  2  
A Quaker bemoans his decision not to manumit his slave
Rudin # S - 715

  16  
Shipping Slaves to Natchez in 1804
Rudin # S - 345

  2  
Letter on behalf of the American Colonization Society
Rudin # S - 325

  2  
Letter regarding lack of freeman's papers for slave and her children
Rudin # S - 369

  2  
Legitimacy of slave marriage
Rudin # S - 847

  2  
Account of the 1834 New York anti-abolitionist riots
Rudin # S - 602

  2  
Colonizing Africans in Africa
Rudin # S - 186

  2  
Letter Discusses Favorable Opportunities to Invest in Land and Slaves
Rudin # S - 219

  2  
Slave owner expresses great affection for his slaves. He is reluctant to sell them to pay his debts
Rudin # S - 292

  2  
Louisiana Slave Revolt
Rudin # S - 545

  2  
Shipping Slaves to Liberia
Rudin # S - 315

  2  
NY Colonization Society Letter Regarding Returning Emancipated Slaves to Africa
Rudin # S - 363

  2  
Alabamian defends the intelligence of slaves
Rudin # S - 997

  2  
Letter from Former Slaveholder, explaining "I could never consent again to own slaves"
Rudin # S - 6

  2  
Abolitionist discusses the issues of the time, much anti-slavery content
Rudin # S - 714

  2  
Discussion of commerce, opportunities for future independence, and the capture of an illegal American slave ship
Rudin # S - 991

  3  
Offer to Pay Creditors with Slaves
Rudin # S - 291

  3  
Letter soliciting funds to set free two slaves unjustly returned to slavery
Rudin # S - 1018

  16  
Letter from Slave Anney to her former master ()
Rudin # S - 100

  16  
Letter from Rich Perkins, Jr. to Capt. Charles Anthony (letter carried by slave)
Rudin # S - 105

  3  
Underground Railroad and Southern Rights
Rudin # S - 284

  3  
Document giving permission for slave to marry
Rudin # S - 12

  3  
Owner of 12 slaves needs money to buy the husband of her soon to be emancipated slave
Rudin # S - 636

  16  
Slave Document, re: "Slave can't bear children and a not good investment"
Rudin # S - 29

  3  
Man beats the Wrong Slave by Mistake
Rudin # S - 598

  3  
Letter with sketch of enslaved Native American
Rudin # S - 592

  3  
Examination of Slavery in Louisiana
Rudin # S - 351

  3  
Elderly Woman Grieves Because her Slave Families Are to be Broken Up
Rudin # S - 341

  3  
Letter Describing Slaves Loading Cotton at the Alabama River
Rudin # S - 269

  3  
House Servant Gets Married
Rudin # S - 342

  3  
Slave auctioneer and his family hope to meet his former slave
Rudin # S - 839

  3  
Two letters reflecting on slavery's hold on the south
Rudin # S - 994

  3  
Slave letter to mother
Rudin # S - 73

  3  
Letter Pertaining to the slave conjoined twins, Millie and Christine
Rudin # S - 372

  3  
Hanging Abolitionists and slaves in Texas
Rudin # S - 233

  3  
Content on African American man gets revenge over a rebel who intimidated and beat him
Rudin # S - 625

  3  
Secessionists Ordered Out of Washington
Rudin # S - 212

  3  
Soldier Writes Requesting Spyglass, Compass, Wine, etc. and has Taken to Slave Catching
Rudin # S - 488

  3  
Cavalryman Instructs Wife on How to Care for Their Slaves
Rudin # S - 361

  3  
Letter Describes Rickett's Trip to Annapolis, the Wounded Soldiers and an Arrest of an African American for Attempting to Poison Soldiers with Rum
Rudin # S - 551

  3  
Talking with the slaves, envelope is a patriotic cover
Rudin # S - 609

  3  
Four letters, describing playing a trick on a slave, experiences in the military, and the home front
Rudin # S - 707

  3  
Garrison condemns slavery, writes of his career in the abolitionist movement, and the effect of the Civil War on slavery. With Carte-de-visite
Rudin # S - 774

  3  
Soldier describes Christmas sport of African Americans running in sack race
Rudin # S - 238

  3  
Content Includes Whipping and White Women Kissing Slave Children
Rudin # S - 384

  3  
Confederate Officer gives his wife instructions if the enemy were to come, including sending the slaves south to be hired out
Rudin # S - 498

  3  
Letter hoping for end of slavery
Rudin # S - 599

  3  
Letter Discusses a "White Negro" and Contraband
Rudin # S - 275

  3  
Pricing of cotton and hiring field hands at low wages
Rudin # S - 723

  3  
Letter regarding dancing African Americans
Rudin # S - 877

  3  
Writes of a Black Church Service and a Description of the Preacher
Rudin # S - 595

  3  
Letter describing slaves crossing lines at night and getting a 'piece of cold lead'
Rudin # S - 393

  3  
African Americans driving mules and horses in Philadelphia
Rudin # S- 662

  3  
Soldier describes hanging runaway slave on tree
Rudin # S - 661

  3  
Man Tells Father to Save the Slaves
Rudin # S - 308

  3  
Letter regarding slaves happy to have their city saved
Rudin # S - 450

  3  
Union soldier observes his first freedmen Christmas
Rudin # S - 683

  3  
Soldier writes, "Whites and Blacks Cannot Live together as equals..."
Rudin # S - 656

  3  
Soldier shares his thoughts on slaves and Lincoln
Rudin # S - 487

  3  
Confederate soldier fears the federals have caught his slave
Rudin # S - 756

  3  
Content on African American troops
Rudin # S - 178

  3  
Sickness in camp, Africans in camp dancing and cooking
Rudin # S - 722

  3  
Lieutenant writes that he is strongly in favor of "making the Negroes soldiers"
Rudin # S - 770

  3  
Describes the 3 days of riots following the new draft laws forcing men to join the army
Rudin # S - 848

  3  
News of the draft riots in New York
Rudin # S - 724

  3  
Preparing for Yankee Raids in Georgia and Sending a African Boy
Rudin # S - 539

  3  
Impoverished slaves hope to return to their master - Master hopes Union soldiers will allow her to rebuild.
Rudin # S - 201

  3  
Discusses guerrillas, man bought and sold three times, hundreds made to work on fortifications, and humorous hospital incident
Rudin # S - 946

  3  
Letter regarding colored troops
Rudin # S - 86

  16  
Describing Vicksburg after its capture, noting especially the behavior of white civilians and freed slaves
Rudin # S - 845

  4  
Blackmailing free African Americans to avoid army conscription
Rudin # S - 922

  4  
Colored troops capture Major Barrows, a noted guerilla, eleven prisoners, and confiscate 500 contraband slaves
Rudin # S - 624

  4  
Writes of Soldier's Game - Putting an African American in Blanket and Throwing Him Up in the Air
Rudin # S - 380

  4  
Slave owner Accuses an Overseer of Brutality, Causing Slaves to Run Away
Rudin # S - 544

  4  
Letter and Lease Pertaining to School and Church for Colored People Under Government Supervision
Rudin # S - 451

  4  
Letter with Content on Civil War and Slavery
Rudin # S - 366

  4  
Letter concerning contrabands and colored troops
Rudin # S - 716

  4  
Slave-Carried Letter - Soldier Sending Boy for His Boots
Rudin # S - 438

  4  
Writes About The Slave Quarters
Rudin # S - 390

  4  
Male nurse writes of death of a soldier, and a "negro dancing toy"
Rudin # S - 878

  4  
African American cavalry fight
Rudin # S - 623

  4  
Black Confederate soldier writes to his master
Rudin # S - 797

  4  
Watson does not accept fighting along side Africans in the army
Rudin # S - 899

  4  
Newly freed slaves join the march to Danville and compliment the Union soldiers
Rudin # S - 917

  4  
African caught thieving is forced to run through a guantlet of other men and nearly clubbed to death
Rudin # S - 626

  4  
Rules to be Followed by the Military in Administering Control of the Florida Plantations, Planters and the Freedmen. Also, Rules Provided for the Application of the Amnesty Oath.
Rudin # S - 410

  4  
Gilmore is asked to aid in the collection of confiscated confederate cotton
Rudin # S - 657

  4  
Newly Freed Slaves Fare Poorly in Tennessee After the War
Rudin # S - 218

  4  
Plantation owners tell of problems with newly freed slaves
Rudin # S - 1023

  4  
Andrew Jackson vetoes the rights act of 1866
Rudin # S - 689

  4  
Regarding circulars that were distributed advertising a phony emigration plan for freedmen to go to Peru
Rudin # S - 687

  16  
Complaint written on behalf of slave, asking to get her child back
Rudin # S - 35

  4  
Freed slave writes his former mistress inquiring about his age.
Rudin # S - 574

  4  
Garrison writes to Briggs reviewing the letter he had written to warn black voters that Sumber is a poor advisor and not to accept his conclusions
Rudin # S - 975

  4  
Sumner writes "much has been done, but more remains to be done"
Rudin # S - 775

  4  
Pratt requests Singer Sewing Machine for Colored School. Accompanied by a Cover Letter Encouraging the Donation
Rudin # S - 453

  16  
Seeks to Open a Fully-Integrated College for the Poor
Rudin # S - 418

  4  
Lewis George Clark Letter, regarding Uncle Tom's Cabin
Rudin # S - 190

  4  
Letter in which Douglass downplays the contributions of famous African Americans, especially women
Rudin # S - 1017

  4  
Harriet Beecher Stowe Letter, regarding Uncle Tom's Cabin
Rudin # S - 189