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[Manifest of the Brig Uneas]
Series VI: Manifests, 1812-1855
Williams, William H.
Carrell, E. H.
Bynum, I. A.
Davis, Mary Ann
D., Martha Jane
D., George Amner
McKey, Mary Ann
New-York Historical Society
Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Brig Uneas of Alexandria from the port of Alexandria to New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes names of ship's Master Nathaniel Boush, shippers William H. Williams of Washington City, E. H. Carrell, Newton Boley of Jefferson County Virginia, and I. A. Bynum, [collector] Edward Green, and consignee Thomas Williams. Includes note, "The slave No. 35 named James Harris was [?] from the vessel, before the clearance was affected." Lists 82 slaves.
Slaves--TransportationSlave shipsSlave trade
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