Children--United States--History--19th century
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Commonplace book, 1802, of an unidentified child.
Letter to children expressing sadness about their illness.
January 28, 1857 letter written by Thomas Y. Pass to Alan Womack asking for instructions on what he should do with the enslaved children Womack left at his house. Pass writes that he does not want the children without their mother, and he has had "trouble enough" with them.
Content warning for derogatory language directed towards children enslaved, allusions to child abuse, mentions of buying and selling humans.