200 Alabama Bicentennial

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Emancipation bond for Venus, Francis, and Marguerite

TRANSCRIPT INCLUDED. From pages 122 and 123 of ACTS PASSED AT THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA, published in 1825. Venus, Francis, and Marguerite were freed by an act of the General Assembly of Alabama on December 2, 1824.

Creator: Alabama Secretary of State
Date: February 15, 1825
Repository: Alabama Department of Archives and History
Format: Bond (Legal records)

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