Ledger sheet from a blacksmith, Robert North Cainan of Baltimore County who presented charges for services he rendered to the estate of Jacob Knight, now deceased. Among the multitude of services listed is one which charges the Knight estate for "taking a collar of a negro" of the 23rd of September in 1797.
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Purchased from Neverbird Antiques with funds from the Lyon Gardiner Tyler Library Endowment, 2018.