1797 Maryland Newspaper 2 Negro Women Slaves For Sale In Baltimore + Hartford Co
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1797 Maryland Newspaper 2 Negro Women Slaves For Sale In Baltimore + Hartford Co:
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SEE PHOTO-----COMPLETE, ORIGINALNEWSPAPER,the Federal Gazette & Baltimore Advertiser (MARYLAND) dated Nov 29, 1797.
This newspaper contains a back page ad offering 2 Negro Women forsale as SLAVES.
There is also an inside page ad offerig a reward for the rteturn of 2 runway slavess from their owner in HARTFORD COUNTY , Maryland.
This newspapercontains National and International news as well as LOCALBaltimore, MD news and ads from 215 years ago.
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