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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Document Type

Text

Identifier

38383-F031-I001

Description

Affadavit of James Sagurs, owner of Atticus, before Joseph Felt, Justice of the Peace. Joseph Sagurs and his brother Henry asserted that Captain Daniel Philbrook and first mate Edward Kellerun of the schooner Susan did "feloniously invigle, steal, take, and carry away without the limits of the State of Georgia a negro man slave named Atticus, the property of this deponent.." on May 4, 1837.

Exact Creation Date

6-16-1837

Language

English

Other Location

Chatham County, Georgia

Keywords

Atticus; Slavery; Fugitive Slave Laws

Disciplines

History | United States History

1837-06-16  Affadavit of James Sagurs, owner of Atticus


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