1 edition of Opinion regarding right of free African Americans to hold real property found in the catalog.
Opinion regarding right of free African Americans to hold real property
1771 in Philadelphia, Penn .
Written in English
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Opinion on the right of free African Americans to purchase slaves or other property The Boston Public Library's American Revolutionary War Manuscripts Collection has been cataloged and digitized through the generous support of the Yale Class of Pages: 4.
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