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Saint Phillip Building (left), school for laborers, log barns
Saint Phillip Building (left), school for laborers, log barns
Saitor, Ryan; Nieset, Marcy
Saitor, Ryan; Nieset, Marcy
Sake Cafe restaurant menu
Sake Cafe restaurant menu
Sal Gutierrez Interview, 1970-01-15
Sal Gutierrez Interview, 1970-01-15
Sale by Jeanne Adele Dardeane of one third of estate
Sale by Jeanne Adele Dardeane of one third of estate
Sale by Lislet Moreau to Bernard Marigny of a 14-year old slave
Sale by Lislet Moreau to Bernard Marigny of a 14-year old slave
Sale of female slave by Charles Poydras
Sale of female slave by Charles Poydras
Sale of plantation and slaves by William Long to Joseph T. Robinson
Sale of plantation and slaves by William Long to Joseph T. Robinson
Sale of Property Commercial Homestead Association to Francis Marquez
Sale of Property Commercial Homestead Association to Francis Marquez
Sale of Property contract
Sale of Property contract
Sale of Property to Edward Marquez
Sale of Property to Edward Marquez
Sale of slave by A. Bonnamy to Arnaud Beauvais and by the latter to Jean Baptiste Beauvais
Sale of slave by A. Bonnamy to Arnaud Beauvais and by the latter to Jean Baptiste Beauvais
Sale of slave by Bennett Moore to Asa Norton, both of the County of Attakapas
Sale of slave by Bennett Moore to Asa Norton, both of the County of Attakapas
Sale of slave by Captain Jean Lugeol, Pointe Coupée, to Jean Baptiste Beauvais
Sale of slave by Captain Jean Lugeol, Pointe Coupée, to Jean Baptiste Beauvais
Sale of slave by Daniel S. Norton to Asa Norton, both of the County of Attakapas
Sale of slave by Daniel S. Norton to Asa Norton, both of the County of Attakapas
Sale of slave by David Lejeune to the Corporation of the City of New Orleans
Sale of slave by David Lejeune to the Corporation of the City of New Orleans
Sale of slave by H[enry] Johnson to Bennett Moore, and subsequently, by Moore to Asa Norton
Sale of slave by H[enry] Johnson to Bennett Moore, and subsequently, by Moore to Asa Norton
Sale of slave by James Catlett, no place, to Ferdinand Kennett, [Washington County, Missouri]
Sale of slave by James Catlett, no place, to Ferdinand Kennett, [Washington County, Missouri]
Sale of slave by Lucius Smith to Asa Norton, both of the Parish of Saint Mary
Sale of slave by Lucius Smith to Asa Norton, both of the Parish of Saint Mary
Sale of slave by Thomas White to Ferdinand Kennett
Sale of slave by Thomas White to Ferdinand Kennett
Sale of slave by Victor Bruslé to S. and Z. Roman, all residents of Saint James Parish
Sale of slave by Victor Bruslé to S. and Z. Roman, all residents of Saint James Parish
Sale of slave from the estate of Grégoire LeBlanc to Edward Duffel, Ascension Parish
Sale of slave from the estate of Grégoire LeBlanc to Edward Duffel, Ascension Parish
Sale of slave from the estate of the late Daniel Curd by H.P. Curd, executor, no place, to H.T. Curd
Sale of slave from the estate of the late Daniel Curd by H.P. Curd, executor, no place, to H.T. Curd
Sale of slave from the estate of the wife of Louis Picote Belestre, Saint Landry Parish, to Thomas Gardner
Sale of slave from the estate of the wife of Louis Picote Belestre, Saint Landry Parish, to Thomas Gardner

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