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Amos Townsend writes that John Ferry and Charles Pratt have been sent to New York and suggests something be done to draw wages and to send clothing for James Covey. The letter includes Townsend's report on a funeral for a deceased Captive.
Letter from Amos Townsend Jr. to "Dear Sir"
Townsend, Amos Jr.
Amistad (Schooner)Slave insurrections--United StatesAntislavery movements--United StatesSlave trade--America--HistoryCorrespondence
Covey, JamesTownsend, Amos Jr.
New Haven (Ct.)
Tulane University Digital Library
Amistad Research Center
Letter, 2 p.
Doc. No. F1-4656, American Missionary Association Archives, Amistad Research Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
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