Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
These letters were sent by an ex-slave and immigrant to Liberia to her former owner in Kentucky. Also present is a radio script based on the letters
McGill University
Immediate emancipation: v.2: Inquiries relating to Negro emancipation. (1829) (99 p.) -- Thoughts on the necessity of improving the condition of the slaves in the British Colonies, with a view to their ultimate emancipation; and on the practicability, the safety, and the advantages of the latter measure / T. Clarkson, Esq. (1824) (57 p.) -- The injurious effects of slave labour: an impartial appeal to the reason, justice, and patriotism of the people of Illinois on the injurious effects of slave labour. (1824) (18 p.) -- Letter addressed to the Right Hon. Sir George Murray, principal Secretary of State for the Colonial Department; occasioned by certain remarks contained in a pamphlet by A. Barclay, Esq., of Jamaica, entitled "Effects of the late colonial policy of Great Britain," &c. involving the characters of the missionaries of that island / John Barry. (1830) (30 p.) -- The religious instruction of the slaves in the West India Colonies advocated and defended: a sermon preached ... Read More
New Orleans Public Library
This manuscript volume records chronologically the deliberations of the Council in matters of slave emancipations. The record of each emancipation is filed under the date of the Council meeting at which the emancipation petition was received and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Following this record is a record of the succeeding session at which the Committee made its report and the full Council acted on the matter
Colonial Williamsburg - Special Collections
Josiah West Cathon frees his slaves, remaining guardian of those under age 18
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Handwritten and signed agreement dated 20 April 1852. Grant agrees to sell three negro slaves to Thomas P. Shrock with the stipulation for their emancipation and a prohibition from further sale. Two of the three would be emancipated when they came of age, and one of the boys would be trained as a brick layer
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Handwritten letter in which the Vick family of Southhampton County, Virginia emancipated and set free Rose and Simon, two black slaves
George Washington Mount Vernon - Fred W. Smith National Library
Copy of GW's will concerning the freeing of his slaves
Lincoln Memorial University - Carnegie-Vincent Library
Lincoln is depicted freeing te slaves and offering education to all classes. J L. McGee
University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Consists of an indenture contract between two white men and a negro and three emancipation contracts for negro slaves in San Joaquin County, Calif. (1850-1854)