Slaves--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York
Receipt for the sale of "a certain black man named Joe" from Joseph Houston, Junior, and Charles J. Guion of New York City to Peter G. Hart. Document specifies that after a period of four years, Joe will be freed. Signed by witness Benjamin Hart.
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Songs with piano;Love--Songs and music;Popular music
Orange illustration of a theatre stage with open curtains revealing a blue-toned photograph of a man and woman in formal wear. Top corner illustrations of comedy/tragedy masks. Bottom corner illustrations of minstrels playing the lute and horn.
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Eight-page inventory of the estate of Robert Bryan, including furniture, livestock, farming crops, and the slaves Joe, Thornton, Jeff, George, Lilas, Oliver, Perry, Henry, Gilbert, Lewis, Robin, Ned, Philis, Rosanah, Winney, Nancy, Milly, Ellen,...
African American children--New York (State)--Richmond County; Registers of births, etc.--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slaves--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slavery--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slaves--Emancipation--New York...
Birth records and deeds of manumission for African American children in the town of Castleton, Staten Island, N.Y. between 1799 and 1827.
Dam construction; Building materials; Black and white postcards
This postcard features a construction site in slight disarry. Utility poles, hoisting equipment, built wooden structures, dirt, rubble, and two workers occupy the foreground; trees and buildings can be seen in the background. Printing information:...
Canal Boats; Canals; Reflections; Towpaths; Color postcards
In center of the composition is a canal and canal boat. Stones, rocks, and trees can be seen on either side of the canal; on the right is a towpath and off in the distance are utility poles and buildings.