Domestic and Transatlantic Slave Trade

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Ecpref0002a Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade Domestic Slave Trade manifests, New Orleans, National Archives info McWilliams copy of McIntire; Newman on DVD Shipbuilding and Tonnage, Baltimore, Austin, 1839, Brig Wharton, warships of Texas Navy built in Baltimore; correspondence with Dr. David Eltis Pilot Boat Washington; Brig United States (Jennie Williams); Jennie Williams: Duvalls, Isaac Phillips article; Phillip’s Dr. in Prison, Dr. Dion Downes; Waters/Duvall connection; Isaac’s runaway ad and incarceration BC; Jennie Williams, my notes on Isaac Phillips

Ecpref0002b Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade Correspondence with Jennie Williams, Phil Morgan re: domestic slave trade, Katherine Jackson, Mapping the Domestic Slave Trade, Historic New Orleans analysis of manifests, Henderson’s wharf, Hope Slatter, Austin Woolfolk (1815) ads; MSA 1853 Chattel record index images; 1853, C. F. A. Cole case (Doug Birch); Middleton & Dorsey 1865 commission merchants, Va. W. H. D. Wright Barque and Rio slave trade? Captain James Curtis, Fells Point, 1835, neighbor of Auld


Ecpref0002c Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade MdHS 610 Merchant Exchange Reading Room Record, images, backup DVDs re: slave trade, 1838 Domestic Slave Trade to/from Baltimore?, Glapgo, Isaac Franklin; 61.8 % of all slaves exported to NO in 1838 on these two ships. Brig Architect, Departures from Baltimore of slave ships, 1819-1860, 12,387 accounted for Review of Peter Graham Fish, Federal Justice, The Harriet’s Carroll of D’s slaves, 1836, and their return? Ca. spring/summer 1838? Isaac Phillips’s Miranda? 1839? Freed?

Ecpref0002d Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade Katherine Jackson, Catherine Jackson, Georgetown slaves to Lousiana, 1837/38 Eric Papenfuse, Slavery & Abolition, Mahoney v. Ashton (Georgetown slaves); Oliver, Martha Ogle Forman, 1826, sold South. Manifests from Jennie; note that Oliver was consigned to Dick & Co., the same firm that handled the Harriet and CC of D’s slaves. Correspondence with Phil Morgan, Jennie Williams re: Washington’s slaves, Oliver

Ecpref0002e Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade

Schooner Isabella, Lenthal Collection, Franklin Institute, Chapelle Brig Vigilante, French slaver, 1822, from Nante Notes, tables from Toni Ahrens, Design Makes a Difference, Baltimore 1795-1835 Notes, images, RG 41, National Archives, Master Carpenter Certificates for Baltimore, 1836-1839; sample of Holdcamper/Hall, New York shipping, 1789-1867 includes Architect at N.Y. MHS Maritime Committee index to ships, 1836-1839 Jennie Williams, Baltimore shipping, domestic slave trade, 1838: Glapgo, Isaac Franklin, Uncus, Architect, Margaret Forbs, Mary, Pilgrim, Seaman, Copia Baltimore Ship Building, 1836-1839; James Gordon Bennett interview, 1839, Scotia, 1836; Clearances, RG 36, Philadlephia, notes, images N.O. return voyages to Baltimore with slaves, 1838, note the Uncus and the Architect; New Orleans slave manifests, Ancestry.com, images of manifests of blacks to Baltimore Butterfly, McTavish, 1838, resurrection of

Ecpref0002f Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade

Putnam Echo Martha, 1854 Matthew Hazard Perry Chatsworth, 1849, Johnson Foote, Commander Andrew “Africa and the American Flag” 1854 Commercial Banking, shinplasters, Brig Harriet, 1836, Collins, New Orleans McTavish, John, British Consul, son-in-law of Richard Caton, grandson-in-law of Charles Carroll of Carrollton; references to John McTavish in British Parliamentary papers;

Louisiana Purchase, Maryland Lawyers, 1836-38: Samuel W. Dorsey Robert Mott Charles T. Flusser Maryland Slaves for sale in Mississippi by John Knight, Seneca Bennett Brig Caroline, Capt Thompson, $35 for passage of escaped slave, NO to NY, 1838 Facts and Observations … African Slave Trade, 1841 USS Alabama, 1838, Baltimore Steamship Steamship Pulaski, 1838, Baltimore

Ecpref0002g Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade

NARA Department of State Records relating to the Quasi War with France, spoliation claims; David Lanbart, Nicholas Le Marchand, 1803 Convention; Jonathan Edwards sermon, 1791 on the Injustice and Impolicy of the Slave Trade (1822)); Reunion/Bourbon island; Wibo Schepel, descendant; the Maryland, Speakes, detained, returned to Baltimore, 1794; Valentine Larsh, 1781 for Garrett Power; 1804 Bourbon Coffee imported from Reunion/Bourbon; Nauscopy navigation; Cruise of the Peacock to Reunion, 1815 for supplies and return of prizes of the Peacock; Henry Thompson, 1821, 34 days to NO, 45 slaves on ship Budget

Ecpref0002h Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade Jamaica Prize court to 1813 (Bill Reese catalog); Clementine VanGrierson Rind, letters of the Pelham and Enterprise, Ralph Cock, BNA, inventory; 1799 libel against the Betsey (Jamaica); obit of Geoffrey Footner; outward bound manifests of slaves to Baltimore, 1839: Ship John Jay, Lambert; Barque Irish Ferry?, J. S. Stevens; Steamship Natchez, J. Swiler to Havana; Schooner Mexico, 1832, from Baltimore to New Orleans; Ship Alabama, Waterman, frm NO to New York; 1 slave, July 1832; Henry Southern’s reports on the slave trade;

Catherine, Venus (Duquesa de Braganca), Butterfly, Ontario; Venus arrival in Baltimore, Wallace, August 1838; Notice of building of the Venus on a foreign account, July 1838; Sun retraction, notes Lambert Gittings as the merchant who commissioned the Venus …; note files to check at BNA re: Venus and condemnation in Sierra Leone.

Ecpref0002i Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade

Slenes, Robert W. Brazilian Artist of slave trade, J. M. Rugendas, 1827-1835; Benjamin Franklin Butler, Captain Charles F. Baker, and the case of the slaver C. F. A. Cole, 1856; Panoramic View of Baltimore from near Belvidere, Howard’s Park, 1831, Cator Collection; Captain William Norville correspondence, 1850s, Argyle, Clintonia Wright, Rio trade; Uncas; more on Iris, Tucker, Lambert Gittings; Venus; R. H. Douglass; Richard Croxall; condemnation records, Sierra Leone; print of FO 84/556 from BNA; Frigate Baltimore, 1825/26, James Beacham for Henry Eckford, N.Y., built for Brazil, sailed there by Franklin Buchanan; also served on the U. S. S. Natchez; DVD of Baltimore, Brazil, Eckford, Buchanan files;

Ecpref0002j Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade Measurement of Tonnage; Buttefly, Corner, built for Francis T. Montell August, 1838; notes relating to ‘loss’ and resurrection as a slaver; Carpenter’s certificates, 1839 for the Austin, Texas Navy, the Uncas (Connecticut built); Venus built for Lambert Gittings (see Carpenter’s certificate at Wm & George Gardner’s shipyard; Hugh Auld signs Master Carpenter’s certificates at Price’s in 1838; ships probably worked on by Frederick Douglass: Schooner Selim, Brig Teazer, note of William Watson, JP who was consulted on Douglass’s beating at Gardners; Brig Boxer, cost of building per ton, certificate signed by Auld; Steamboat Jewess built by Gardner; Clara, built by John A. Robb for Francis T. Montell; Clara as a slaver; bio info on Montell; Chatsworth; Martha Perry; Mary Cushing, Eagle, and the British ship Waterwitch; Mary Cushing was built in Baltimore, 1837; Slave Trade article in 1840 Christian Intelligencer re: 1839 tradel , Mary Cushing (1837 Baltimore built by Robert Lamdin and Samuel Butler for William Hooper, Thos Whitridge, and Andros Cheseborough, 136 tons, two masts) was captured with 427 slaves aboard (1840, NY Herald); Parliamentary papers re: the Venus; 1839/40 and the Mary Cushing; article on Caulker’s trade; citations re: Douglass working on slavers (work of Dickson Preston and Howard Chapelle): Cook disseration on Maritime Archaeology of West Africa; Douglass’s references to Gardner’s etc; train routes out of Baltimore (Douglass’s route), map; death of Jack Murray in 1861, 110 year old caulker; DVD of all of Douglass’s memoirs, searchable; two articles on ruffians and a suicide of a girl, 1838;


Ecpref0002k Domestic & Transatlantic Slave Trade

DVD searchable backup of Report of Mr. Kennedy of Maryland, 1843 (ecp library, #5077); See re: Euphrates of Baltimore, registered 3/16/1838, 84 tons; Thomas Dukehart, Baltimore, sells to Charles A. Molan, of N. Y. for $3800 [$45.238 a ton]; is a slaver; (pp.519-522); correspondence re: Harris dissertation; D. R. Murray article on the statistics of the Slave Trade to Cuba, 1790-1867 [1839, 10,495]; Thomas Foxall Buxton’s the African Slave Trade , 1839; Buxton on the Venus, p. 43 and other references to the Venus; excerpts from Aimes, Hubert H. S. re: A History of Slavery in Cuba; Excellent images of the Jewess, Baltimore built Steamship, 1838, sold in 1840 f0r $15,250; Palm Oil Trade from Africa a “humbug” (1860); 1835 Baltimore support for Texas independence; 1788 Andrew Ellicott letter; 1838 ad for a manservant, pref a slave (related to Douglass story of being Edward, a manservant, see; McFeely); Leslie Bethel on Brazilian Slave trade; 1838 shipbuilding at Baltimore, report; Lyford’s 1838, Buttefly, Hazard, Venus, article re: shipbuilding 1838; 1847 Clintonia Wright; Lyford prices current, April 1838;