Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Newspaper Archives (1827 - 1846)

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Slaves-reward-"stolen" AL - GA
4 miles below Ft. Mitchell on the Chattahoochee River Eve age 40 with small child Peter age 10 Heery boy age 8 Caroline a mulatto girl age 6 Grace age 20 w her child a mulatto very WHITE, 12months old Nanny a free molatto woman with 2 small girl children, the daughter of BLACK BARNARD a half breed indian. contact John Sims or Litle Sims Columbus GA
Alabama Intelligencer and State Rights Expositor
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
July 25, 1835 - Page Copy of [4]
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John G. Davenport
Law office with A.M. Robinson the office is located on Broad Street one door below the bank
Alabama Intelligencer and State Rights Expositor
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
July 25, 1835 - Page Copy of [4]
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Thomas 1887
Tuscaloosa Chronicle
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
October 27, 1827 - Page 3
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