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      • Lot 11

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Description of land sold by a free African-American couple in 1732.

        Estimate $500 - $750

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      • Lot 12

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Pair of Virginia marriage licenses issued to free African Americans.

        Estimate $1,000 - $1,500

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      • Lot 13

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) An auction broadside from northern New York offering "a likely Negro Wench, with a female child."

        Estimate $5,000 - $7,500

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      • Lot 14

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Agreement to sell an enslaved man named Peter, with an unusual oath of good behavior sworn by Peter.

        Estimate $600 - $900

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      • Lot 15

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Bill of sale for a "negro boy named Harry" in New Jersey.

        Estimate $400 - $600

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      • Lot 16

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Group of 8 deeds and bills of sale for enslaved people.

        Estimate $1,000 - $1,500

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      • Lot 17

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Pair of slave bills of sale from Missouri.

        Estimate $250 - $350

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      • Lot 18

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Manuscript tax book for Truro Parish, Virginia, noting Washington, Lee, and Mason family slaves.

        Estimate $1,200 - $1,800

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      • Lot 19

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Archive of letters to John Augustine Washington III at Mount Vernon, many discussing enslaved people.

        Estimate $20,000 - $30,000

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      • Lot 20

      • (SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Henderson, James. Letter to George Washington's nephew regarding the purchase of slaves.

        Estimate $400 - $600

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