Authors

Josiah Masters

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Masters writes to Reade that Dick "has been somewhat uneasy with me, the first cause [was] my separating his wench from him.

"The lowest price is one hundred pounds."

Addressed to Reade in Poughkeepsie, NY.

Creation Date

8-25-1796

Country

United States of America

Keywords

solicitation, slave, trade, commerce, Dick, slavery, bondage, domestic slave trade, United States, north

Date Digital

9-2016

Document Type

Manuscript

Disciplines

African American Studies | African History | American Studies | Digital Humanities | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | History | Labor History | Legal | Political History | Public History | Social History | United States History | Women's History

Publisher

Wofford College

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manuscript

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pdf

Language

en-us

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Letter from Josiah Masters to John Reade about a slave man named Dick he (Masters) wishes to sell. New York, 1796.

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