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    • $10 REWARD.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Women slaves--Louisiana.
    • $10 REWARD. ABSENTED herself last evening, the slave girl MARY JANE, about 20 years of age, and remarkably white for a slave, but when spoken to has the accent of a negress. It is supposed she has been enticed away by some white person. The above...
    • $100 REWARD.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.
    • $100 REWARD. RANAWAY, Feb. 17th, a griff colored boy, named CHARLES, large eyes, with a smooth face, about 20 years old. He took with him a gold watch and chain. No. of the watch, 16225, E S Tobias & Co, Liverpool; about $200 in cash, a promissory...
    • $100 REWARD.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Women slaves--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.
    • $100 REWARD. RANAWAY from the residence of the subscriber, living just below Alexandria, on Monday morning, the 6th inst., A NEGRO WOMAN, named Madelaine, aged about 32 years. DESCRIPTION: She is of a dark griffe color, about 5 feet high, slender...
    • $50 REWARD!

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.
    • $50 REWARD! The avobe reward will be paid by the undersigned, for the apprehension and delivery in jail if caught out of the State, so that I can get him; of the slave described as follows: Black Bob, aged about 19 years, 5 feet 8 inches high,...
    • Joseph Bauer Family Album

    • Photograph albums
    • This collection consists of photographic prints (primarily amateur snapshots, but also included are portraits by professional photographers) depicting exterior and interior views of Dr. Joseph Bauer's residence (1032 Esplanade Avenue), views of the...
    • 0327-0333 Bourbon Street

    • Buildings; Architecture; Clubs; Nightclubs; Bars; Entertainment
    • Sign: ''Ciro's Presents Bill Houston and Ethel Woods/Lionel Reason Playing and Singing Risqué Songs'' ''Slave Quarters''; Jimmie King's Mardi Gras Lounge; Sign: ''World Famous Tassle Spinner: Baby Dumplin'; Famous Door Bar; Sign: ''Smiling Joe &...
    • 0327-0333 Bourbon Street

    • Buildings; Architecture; Clubs; Nightclubs; Bars; Entertainment; Peepshows;
    • Sign: ''Ciro's Presents Bill Houston and Ethel Woods/Lionel Reason Playing and Singing Risqué Songs'' ''Slave Quarters''; Jimmie King's Mardi Gras Lounge; Sign: ''World Famous Tassle Spinner: Baby Dumplin'; Famous Door Bar; Sign: ''Smiling Joe &...
    • 1722-08-15 French Superior Council record

    • Wills; Inheritance & sucession; Religion; Colonialism; French Colony; Slaves; Silverware; Arms & Armament; Textiles
    • Succession of Reverend Father Nicolas Arquevaux, age 34, native of Verdun, Lorraine, last will and testament. Will includes Reverend Father Nicolas Arquevaux's possessions, including one slave, table silver, clothing, and guns. (See WPA abstract.)...
    • 1724-08-14 French Superior Council record

    • Petitions; Slaves; Slavery; Indians of North America; Actions & defenses; Lasonde; Coupart; colonialism; French Colony; Louisiana; 1724
    • Petition of Lasonde, alleging that he purchased a "little sauvagesse" (young, female Native American slave) from Coupart, who was suffering from a slight fever. After a few days, she still had the fever, so Lasonde had her examined and it was...
    • 1738-05-26 French Superior Council record

    • 1738; French Colony; Louisiana; Colonialism; punishment; blacks; slaves; slavery; runaways; fugitive slaves;
    • Complaint by Jacques Livet that one of his black slaves, named Samson, has run away since about two months, influenced by another runaway black slave of his. He prays for the apprehension and punishment of both slaves. (See WPA abstract) Property...
    • 1738-10-22 French Superior Council record

    • 1738; Louisiana; Colonialism; French Colony; disease; slaves; slavery; sick persons; Indians of North America;
    • Report of death of Indian slave. Sr. Gerard Pery, agent and attorney in fact of Sr. de Coustillas, testamentary executor, reports the death of an Indian woman slave, belonging to said succession, of a long and wasting disease. (See WPA abstract.)...
    • 1739-02-14 French Superior Council record

    • Louisiana; French Colony; Colonialism; 1739; Boats; priest; Slaves; Slavery; Blacks; Clothing & dress;
    • Certificate of Jesuit Priest to the effect that he saw a small black slave of Mr. de Coustilhas, deceased, throw overboard a sack of clothes belonging to Simar, patron, who deposited it in the rear cabin of a boat. (See WPA abstract.) Property of...

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