>Register of free persons of color entitled to remain in the state (of Louisiana)

>http://books.google.com/books?id=B8qPby3wT7QC&dq=free%20people%20of%20color&pg=PA18&output=embed

Facts and opinions touching the real origin, character and influence of the American Colonization Society:
views of Wilberforce, Clarkson and others and opinions of the free people of color of the United States (Google eBook)
Front Cover
Giles Badger Stebbins
John P. Jewett, 1853 – 220 pages

Title
Register of free persons of color entitled to remain in the state, 1840-1864
Author
New Orleans (La.). Office of the Mayor.
Publication info
1840-1864.
Physical descrip
4 v.

Specific Item Information Change Display
Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library
Copy Material Location
MICROFILM 6023 1 Microform Louisiana & Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

LSU Libraries
also available at NOPL.

Slavery, Free People of Color and Freedmen at the NOPL & City Archives

African American Resource Center AARC

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