Browsing Items (64 total) Tagged  ‘Freed Slaves’



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Handwritten letter from Samuel Joseph May to Isaac Post, November 8, 1863.

Date: November 8, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Anna U Searing to Amy Kirby Post, 186-?

Date: 186-?

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-?

Date: 186-?

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Handwritten letter from A S ? N___ to Isaac Post, 186-?

Date: 186-?

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Handwritten letter from Sarah E Thayer to Amy Kirby ? Post, March 6, 1864.

Date: March 6, 1864

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Handwritten letter from Phoebe ? Hathaway to Isaac Post, February 27, 1864.

Date: February 27, 1864

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Handwritten letter from Francis W Titus to Esther Titus, January 31, 1864.

Date: January 31, 1864

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Willet E Post, December 14, 1863.

Date: December 14, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Isaac Post, December 11, 1863.

Date: December 11, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, 186-?

Date: 186-?

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Handwritten letter from Olive Gibson to Amy Kirby Post, February 8, 1867.

Date: February 8, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, December 25, 1866.

Date: December 25, 1866

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Handwritten letter from Cora L V Daniels to Amy Kirby Post, August 1, 1866.

Date: August 1, 1866

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, January 1, 1866.

Date: January 1, 1866

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-.

Date: 186-

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-.

Date: 186-

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-.

Date: 186-

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Handwritten letter from Charles R Douglass to Isaac Post, May 7, 1868.

Date: May 7, 1868

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, July 24, 1863.

Date: July 24, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Julia A Wilbur to Esther ? Titus, February 20, 1863.

Date: February 20, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, February 9, 1863.

Date: February 9, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Julia A Wilbur to Amy Kirby Post, January 23, 1863.

Date: January 23, 1863

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Handwritten letter from Mary Searing to Amy Kirby Post, December 7, 1862.

Date: December 7, 1862

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Handwritten letter from Emily Howland to Amy Kirby Post, November 23, 1862.

Date: November 23, 1862

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Handwritten letter from Julia A Wilbur to Amy Kirby Post, November 5, 1862. Wilbur writes extensively of the terrible conditions of slaves in Virginia freed and taken care of by the Union army.

Date: November 5, 1862

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Handwritten letter from Mary W Kirby Willis to Amy Kirby Post, July 13, 1862.

Date: July 13, 1862

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-.

Date: 186-

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, 186-.

Date: 186-

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of the declining fortunes of conservatism and the spread of liberal and antislavery ideas.

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about new arguments regarding the future position of black men and women in American culture.

Date: June 10, 1862

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Handwritten letter from Josephine Sophie White Griffing to Sojourner Truth. Griffing writes to to Truth about the progress the Freedman's Bureau is making in Washington, D.C.

Date: January 7, 1869

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Handwritten letter from Sojourner Truth to [Amy Kirby Post?]. Truth writes to Post and asks her about the former slaves she brought from Washington D.C., who settled in Rochester.

Date: August 25, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Mary H. Thomas to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in…

Date: May 13, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Sojourner Truth to Amy Kirby Post, April 25, 1867. Truth writes to Post about her plans to bring freed men, women and children to New York State to find jobs.

Date: April 25, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Jennie Lewis to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: April 22, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Phebe Merritt to Sojourner Truth. Merritt writes to Truth about recent family events.

Date: 1867 ?-04-17

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Handwritten letter from James Milroy to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: April 10, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Ruth Andrews to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: April 3, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Josephine Sophie White Griffing to Sojourner Truth and Amy Kirby Post. Griffing describes the work of the Freedman's Bureau.

Date: March 26, 1867

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Handwritten letter from H. F. McVean to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: March 25, 1867

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Handwritten letter from [P?] Glennan to Sojourner Truth. Glennan, Truth's nephew, writes to her about recent events at the Freedman's Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Date: March 25, 1867

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Handwritten letter from J. S. Bowen to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: March 25, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Sojourner Truth. Stanton writes to Truth about attending the upcoming American Equal Rights Convention.

Date: March 24, 1867

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Handwritten letter from Daniel J. Walker to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in…

Date: March 22, 1867

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Handwritten letter from G. W. Weeks to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: [n.d.]

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Handwritten letter from Mrs. C. M. Hitchcock to [Sojourner Truth?]. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in…

Date: March 20, 1867

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Handwritten letter from A. C. Van Epps to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in…

Date: March 19, 1867

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Handwritten letter from S. K. Odell to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: March 19, 1867

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Handwritten letter from B. Munger to Sojourner Truth. This letter is one of a number of responses Truth received after placing an advertisement in two Rochester newspapers to find jobs in New York State for freed men and women living in Washington…

Date: March 19, 1867