Bill of sale for Sam purchased by Edward Rouzee
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|Caption||A bill of sale for "one negro man slave named Sam." Sam was sold by James Thomas to Edward Rouzee for one hundred (100) pounds. The signature of Thomas is in the lower right corner, next to the word "seal," which has been circled. The document was witnessed by William Hord and William Hutchenson and their signatures are recorded in the bottom left corner. The document is dated January 14, 1800. The document is handwritten in brown ink. The paper is torn on all sides surrounding the text and it has been folded vertically three times. On the reverse is written "Thomas To Rouzee Bill of Sale.". Date: 1800s. Record ID: nmaahc_2011.104.5.|
|Artwork medium||ink on paper|
|Credit||Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture|
|Bill sale Sam purchased Edward Rouzee Finance Agriculture Domestic slave trade Business|
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|YSH003984||3,000 x 1,522 pixels||6|
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