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Map of the state of Kentucky: with the adjoining territories, 1795

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Map showing the Old Northwest and Southwest territories along with their rivers, towns, creeks, mills, courthouses, traces, forts, and salt licks. Includes tracts held by the Ohio, New Jersey, and Wabash Companies, the Virginia donation lands and…

Letter from John and Susan Corlis to Joseph, George, and Mary Ann Corlis, 14 April 1816

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In the first part of the letter, John Corlis writes to George of the poor real estate market and his tight money supply but states that he will be able to cover George's recent drafts. He hopes that George will get the greatest yield from his crops,…

Correspondence between George Nicholas the Honorable Robert G. Harper, 1799

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Correspondence between George Nicholas, Esq. of Kentucky, and the Hon. Robert G. Harper, member of Congress from the district of 96, state of South Carolina.

Letter to Patrick Henry from Annie Christian discussing her estate and the people she enslaves, September 1786.

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A letter from Annie Christian (Cove Spring, Mercer County, Kentucky) to her brother, Patrick Henry (Richmond, Virginia), dated September 1786. Annie instructs Patrick on what to do with her property and the people she enslaves in the event of her…

Letter to Anne Fleming from Annie Christian discussing the Christian family's settlement to Kentucky, May 18th, 1785.

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A letter from Annie Christian (Sulevan County, Virginia) to Anne Fleming (Botetourt, Virginia), dated May 18th, 1785. Christian mentions that Sam Ewin traveled ahead to Kentucky with the people enslaved by the Christian family. It is unclear whether…

Letter to Henry Massie from Helen Bullitt Massie discussing the people they enslave, September 22nd, 1811.

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A letter from Helen Bullitt Massie (Richmond, Virginia) to her husband Henry Massie (Washington D. C.), dated September 22nd, 1811. Helen Massie Bullitt writes about Peter, a man enslaved by the Massie family, as well as Agnes, Betsy, and Nancy.