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  • Subject: Slaves--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.
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    • Dudley Turnbull and family papers. Manuscript items. OS Folder 01, 1834-1845.

    • African American Catholics--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African American children--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Slaveholders--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Wills--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; Inheritance and...
    • The oversized folder contains the will of Thomas Giddings, dated 1834; a first communion and confirmation certificate, dated May 12, 1940, belonging to Juanita Turnbull; and a high school graduation diploma from St. Mary's Academy in New Orleans...
    • Edward N. Marsh Civil War letter, 1862 Dec. 18

    • United States Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 52nd (1862-1863); Slaves--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.; African Americans--Louisiana--Baton Rouge.
    • Edward N. Marsh was a private in the 52nd Massachusetts Infantry. The 52nd arrived in Baton Rouge to occupy the city on December 17, 1862. In a letter to his brother and sister, written on a sheet of paper from a ledger he “liberated” from a Baton...

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