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Citizens: Petition, Nicholas County

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Description

Ask that Isaac, the former slave emancipated by James Sims, may remain in the Commonwealth. Includes deed.

Date

1836-12-09

Bibliographic Citation

Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 180, Folder 35