American slaves ‘emancipated’ in Monaghan

“Hoeing Rice” near Savannah, Georgia (c. 1880). Printed and photographed by Pierre O. Havens. Credit: NMAAHC

If a master carry his slave to Ireland to set him free, or while there assent in any way to his freedom, there can be no objection to the validity of freedom thus acquired.

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Librarian & Historian. Researching and writing about slavery, memory and power. Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/liamhogan

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