Jump to navigation
[Manifest of the Brig Uneas]
Series VI: Manifests, 1812-1855
Williams, William H.Boush, NathanielUneas (Brigadier)Brent, GeorgePruken, SusanD., AnnDirvy, BenjaminHammon, EliyaChambers, JaneCurtis, LucyFord, LeonardBrian, WmHoliday, DickPersy, RobertHawkins, DarcasHawkins, SarahHawkins, LewisBell, LewisThorton, JamesPowell, HenryWilson, SamuelHarris, MathewGRoss, MajorBrown, JacobFry, WilsonJackson, JohnGreene, JohnWilliams, ThomasLoyd, JohnLittle, JacobHall, FrederickRobertson, AmyThurston, PricillaWills, Mary A.Peterson, IsabellaJackson, AyJohnson, ClarenaaTailor, JaneMines, RoseFloyd, NaceBriscoe, WilfordJackson, Mary AnneGanes, CeliaHarison, MaryBom, LouisaBriscoe, CarolineDoden, MatildaLansdon, LouisaWarren, TilmanGreene, CharityWilliams, MakelRobinson
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, shipper William H. Williams of Washington City, collector George Brent, and consignee Thomas Williams of New Orleans. Lists 49 slaves as well as 1 infant. Name number 42 is cut off, obscuring most of the last name: Louisa Bom (?).
Slaves--TransportationSlave shipsSlave trade
New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024, 212-873-3400
This digital image may be used for educational or scholarly purposes without restriction. Commercial and other uses of the item are prohibited without prior written permission from the New-York Historical Society. Please visit the New-York Historical Society's Rights and Reproductions Department web page at http://www.nyhistory.org/about/rights-reproductions for more information.