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[Letter from Arthur G. Homer to Francis Jackson]
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society records, 1850-1858
Homer, Arthur G.
Jackson, Francis, 1789-1861
New-York Historical Society
Letter from Arthur G. Homer, of New York City, to Francis Jackson asking for funds to help purchase two slaves belonging to a Williamsburg, Virginia, planter William Havis. They are the wife and child of a free black residing in New York, who has already procured several hundred dollars to buy their freedom.
Abolitionists--United StatesAntislavery movements--United StatesAbolitionists--New York (State)--New YorkAntislavery movements--New York (State)--New YorkSlavery--Virignia--WilliamsburgSlave trade--Virignia--WilliamsburgSlaves--Virignia--Williamsburg
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