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Resource Date: 1802

Number: 23

Record Office: Suffolk Record Office

Record Office Location Number: HD827/1/1/4/2/8 (4747/377)


Alice the Negro, 15 December 1802. Printed 1p handbill copied from Salopian Journal, printed in Chelmsford.

Notes: Account of the life of Alice, a slave who died at Bristol, Pennsylvania aged 116 years. Born in Philadelphia of parents from Barbados. Worked as a slave until she went blind when 96.

Alice the Negro (A eulogy for a slave)

Source Files:
Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich
Printed handbill
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