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[Manifest of the Steamer Powhatan]
Series VI: Manifests, 1812-1855
Hough, Edward S.
Betts, William H.
New-York Historical Society
Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Steamer Powhatan of Washington from the port of Alexandria [Virginia] to Dumfries, Virginia. Includes names of ship's Master, John W. Rogers, shipper Joseph Bruin, collector Edward S. Hough, and consignee William H. Betts. Lists 16 slaves, 7 of which are children.
Slaves--TransportationSlave shipsSlave trade
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