1836 Missouri Slave Bill of Sale
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1836 Missouri Slave Bill of Sale $700 paid for "a negro woman about twenty-nine or thirty years of age, by the name of Harriett and her youngest child which is some seven or eight weeks old, both of which I warrant to be slaves for life" Girardeau Missouri, August 19, 1836. 7.5"x7.5"
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