Slavery -- North Carolina
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Bill-of-sale of enslaved man "Loney" from J. A. Bisaner of Lincolnton, N.C. to N.A. Wingate of Charlotte, N.C.
Collection — Box SFC4 [F09.090.03.02], Folder: 404
Overview A bill of sale for an enslaved person named Loney, bought from J. A. Bisaner of Lincolnton, N.C.; by N. A. Wingate of Charlotte, N.C., dated January 2, 1865, for $6000.00 (Confederate currency).
Dates: 1865 January 2
Scope and Contents In this first of four interviews, Harold Pulley, North Carolina native and alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, begins by discussing his family background including his father's acquisition of farmland in return for construction labor, his mother's education and personality, and his maternal grandfather's parentage and role in helping slaves escape, fighting in the Civil War, and bootlegging. He recalls how his father's stories about the African-American experience during...
Dates: 2012 May 31
Overview The collection contains a wide variety of materials, including a slave bill-of-sale, letters, land conveyancing papers for land for the Andrew Jackson historic site, DAR papers for the Mecklenburg Chapter, and obituaries for Henderson family members (Willis Irwin Henderson and Perrin Quarles Henderson).
Dates: 1812 - 2007
Overview Collection of assorted historical documents belonging to Betty Means. Includes a bill of sale for an enslaved woman in Pasquotank county, North Carolina and two letters (one from poet Edward Arlington Robinson and one from James Boyd).
Dates: 1835 - 1926