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Joseph C. Cabell, Edgewood, to S. George Tucker, 1818 July 3

 Item — Box: 6, Folder: 5
Identifier: id165173

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Saying his "negroes ar now under excellent discipline and so free from punishment & so well satisfied with their situation, that my carpenter John Brown, who must be sent to Corrottoman this fall, if very much opposed to going although I consent for his wife to go with him. My overseer is an active, attentive & amiable man."


  • Creation: 1818 July 3


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From the Collection: 7 Linear Feet

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