Slavery, Payment Correspondence Related to 1838 Sale (2 of 3)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Letters requesting an extension of terms of payments for enslaved people initially purchased by Henry Johnson (and then purchased by John R. Thompson): Thompson to Charles Stonestreet, S.J., April 9, 1852; Thompson to Charles Lancaster, S.J., October 28, 1852; Thompson to Lancaster, February 22, 1853; John R. Thompson to C.C. Lancaster, February 4, 1854; Thompson to Lancaster, February 14, 1859; Thompson to Lancaster, June 29, 1858; Thompson to Lancaster, December 31, 1858; Lancaster to Thompson, January 27, 1859; Lancaster to Thompson, February 16, 1859**Former finding aid locations: 119_40_5; 112P2-112P3**This folder contains materials related to Jesuit slaveholding and to the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals.John R. Thompson promises to build a snug little chapel for the enslaved community sold by the Maryland Jesuits, 1852 [GSA389]
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Slavery, Payment Correspondence Related to 1838 Sale (3 of 3) Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator; DigitalGeorgetown; Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C. (1858)