Scope and Contents
This collection consists of papers from the state of Georgia. it includes 84 miscellaneous items, such as legal documents concerning sales of slaves (1806-1855); Georgia naturalization paper (1809); law brief of a suit against the Habersham Iron Works and Manufacturing Co. (1843); requisitions and receipts for Civil War provisions (1864-1865); oath of allegiance (Sept. 1, 1865); broadside (July 31, 1863) There are four items from French settlers in Augusta, Savannah, and St. Mary's, Georgia: slave bill of sale, 1807; letter from Victoire Vincendiere to Mlle. Dugas de Vallon, 1826; letter from Chavenet to M. De Beauregard; July 24, 1820; and journal of a French merchant, 1811-1812.
- Creation: Inclusive 1806-1872
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