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[Manifest of the Steamer Osceola]
Series VI: Manifests, 1812-1855
Chichester, William S.Mitchell, JamesOsceola (Steamer)Hough, Edward S.Jamison, DavidMast, GeorgeNorris, JamesRobinson, JamesLewis, ThomasBanks, TobbertDodsen, HenryDodsen, CharlesDodsen, BenTrisley, SusanWhiting, CharlotteWhiting, MaryWhiting, CatharinePinn, MaryPinn, MarthaBanks, KittyFat face, CharlotteGrimes, DorindaMast, LucyTrisley, BetseyTaylor, LouisaDodsen, LukeyBanks, EmanuelTrisley, JoshuaLawes, SilvanusMast, LukeyTrisley, WinnieMason, MillyTrisley, LaviniaMast, SilviaRichardson, RichardMast, EmmaRichardson, NancyRichardson, Mariah
New-York Historical Society
Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Steamer Osceola of Washington from the port of Alexandria [Virginia]. Includes names of ship's Master James Mitchell, shipper William S. Chichester, and collector Edward S. Hough. Lists 38 slaves, 3 of which are infants.
Slaves--TransportationSlave shipsSlave trade
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