2 edition of Archives slaves de biologie found in the catalog.
Editors: 1886, Maurice Mendelssohn, Charles Richet-1887, Maurice Mendelssohn, Henry de Varigny.
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|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Geologic and hydrologic data collected at test holes NC-6 and NC-11, Hatillo and Isabela, northwestern Puerto Rico
Analysis of the Application of a Triggered Isomer Heat Exchanger as a Replacement for the Combustion Chamber in an Off-the-Shelf Turbojet
Slaver Bark Graham; Berryp1301• Kent, Associate Editor of Pennsylvania History, mentioning Thomas E. to one James Smith engaged in the "slave trade" O 3590 May 30, 1857 As to resistance to the execution of the slave law in southern Ohio, in the case of Add White P 4529 Apr. about the conveyance of the Negro eunuch. Also included in the marker file are newspaper articles opposing the nomination of Edward Hector as being a legitimate African American.
Letters Received and Other Records, 1854-1872. Steedman, Sheriff of Charleston 987 1836 Asks copies of opinion of Attys.
Though he protested his innocence, Brown was nonetheless banished into Maryland from his home in Salisbury Township, Lancaster County, where he was physically abused and almost sold back into Archives slaves de biologie by the defendants in this suit.
Written in red ink on the upper right-hand corner of this large sheet is the number of the Proclamation, 95, given to it by the Department of State long after it was signed.
Pour vivre pour parler de lamour pour que le sentiment lmotion prennent corps pour que lme chavire pour que le ciel se teinte de rose - parce que lon peut rver et en faire une ralit.
1789, Negro child called Nell belonging to Frank Campbel. 347 Transportation of slaves on the coastline, July 29, 1840. November 1780, Negro Sol, slave to William McIntire, of Lancaster County, was charged with larceny and fined one hundred and fifteen pounds.
The document was bound with other proclamations in a large volume preserved for many years by the Department of State. The Certificates of Slave Registry from other counties document slaves brought into the county from Cumberland, Lancaster, Washington, and Westmoreland counties. 29 When vessels having Negroes on board may be lawfully seized under act of 2nd March 1807, April 16,1819. New York Tribune, May 2, 1865, article entitled "End of Truce - Negotiations in Progress - meeting of the Colored People of Raleigh.entries 523, 525-531, 534-538.
The case papers contain information for the years 1760, 1803, 1804, 1827, 1829 regarding arrests of African Americans, a runaway slave case, and the selling of African American children.
Includes a letter dated November 5, 1902 from Robert J.
Arteta Domingo , Master Amer.