Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Assessment of the Value of a Plantation
This collection consists of a two-page draft document assessing the value of a plantation in Mayan County, Alabama from circa 1855.
Thomas S. Jones/John R. Jones Family Papers
This collection contains the accounting records of a plantation in Charleston, Mississippi; the correspondence of two brothers, Thomas S. Jones [who was in charge of the plantation] and John R. Jones [who was practicing medicine in Marshall County, Tennessee]; and speech. Buleah Davis donated this collection in 1939.
Vivian Marsh Collection
This collection contains four letters written to Vivian Marsh from Mabel Mobley in Johnston, South Carolina. Mrs. Mobley was born in slavery. In 1967, when these letters were written, Mabel lived on the Marsh Plantation.
The letters are not dated, but one of the envelopes has a postmark.
Slaves of the Brazilian Royal Family Manuscript
An account of births and deaths at Santa Cruz, an enormous royal plantation on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. The table has a section for slaves (born, died, ran off, recovered) and for various types of livestock (cattle, sheep, horses, pigs). At the foot are noted the number of slaves, civilians, and soldiers who were in the plantation's hospital.