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1. AC42 Slave Bills of Sale Finding Aid AC42 Slave Bills of Sale Finding Aid 1843, 1849 Slave Bills of Sale is a collection of two bills of sale for slaves sold by Michael Mitchell on May 1, 1843, and Jesse F. Beeler on April 18, 1849.

2. AC43 Ellington Family Collection Finding Aid AC43 Ellington Family Collection Finding Aid 1815-ca. 1973 The collection consists of a bill of sale for a slave girl sold by William L. Chew on March 29, 1815, and related documents.

3. Freeborn, Falsely Imprisoned Freeborn, Falsely Imprisoned March 2, 2014 Article tells the story of Allen Pinks, a free African-American living and working in Kansas during the late 1850s and 1860s. The author focuses upon Pinks' capture in Missouri without his freedom papers...

4. SC139 Slave Sale Papers SC139 Slave Sale Papers 1831, 1859 The Slave Sale Papers is an artificial collection that consists of a bill of sale for two slaves as well as an announcement for a slave auction. The names and ages of the slaves are included.