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Slave list, 1860
See Slave Lists for transcriptions, photo credits, Edenton slave baptisms, 1850 slave lists, 1846 slave lists, Gabriel Johnston slave estate, Thomas King’s slaves, and African American slave families in antebellum Edenton.
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A Map of Time and Blood: An Introduction to the Skinner Family Papers 1826-1850
Sample Chapter ~Beginnings: the Lowthers~ Thomas Harvey Skinner insists in his memoir of his brother – quite disingenuously – that Joseph Blount Skinner’s marriage to Maria Louisa Lowther had nothing to do with his success. Tom claims that the … Continue reading
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