African Americans -- Kentucky -- History -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 4250.001, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents A deposition by W. L. Campbell involving a lawsuit against James Campbell over ownership of an enslaved woman named Harriet and her children, Elkton, Kentucky, April 12, 1849. The testimony reveals that in the summer of 1845, James Campbell asked W. L. "to write a letter to Maria Louvard a sister of the negro woman and at the same time he showed me a letter from the s[ai]d Maria requesting him to hire her the women he had purchased of Thomas Campbell and he stated that In [sic] his reply that...
Dates: 1849 April 12
File — Box 4250.001, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents Two depositions, one by William Waltrip, the other by Franklin Wright, in a suit alleging that a Mr. Lashbrook had sold Matilda, a sick enslaved woman, to one Byrd Wall under false pretenses, Calhoun, Kentucky, May 25, 1852.
Dates: 1852 May 25