negroes at Port Royal. Report of E. L. Pierce, government agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, secretary of the Treasury. by United States. Dept. of the Treasury.

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Published by R. F. Wallcut in Boston .

Written in English

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  • African Americans -- South Carolina -- Port Royal.,
  • Freedmen -- South Carolina.

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ContributionsPierce, Edward Lillie, 1829-1897. [from old catalog]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE185.93.S7 U52
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Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL23321360M
LC Control Number12001839

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Report of E. Pierce, government agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, secretary of the Treasury. Excerpt from The Negroes at Port Royal: Report of E. Pierce, Government Agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury The former white population, so far as can be ascertained, are rebels, with one or two exceptions.

In January,a meeting of the planters on St. Helena Island was held, of which Thomas Aston Cofiin was Author: Edward Lillie Pierce. Port Royal, February 3, To the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, ⁠ Secretary of the Treasury: Dear Sir,—My first communication to you was mailed on the third day after my same day, I mailed two letters to benevolent persons in Boston, mentioned in my previous communications to you, asking for contributions of clothing, and for a teacher or missionary to be sent, to be supported by.

The Negroes at Port Royal: report of E.L. Pierce, government agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, secretary of the Treasury by United States. Dept. of the Treasury; Pierce, Edward Lillie, The Book of Negroes is a document created by Brigadier General Samuel Birch that records names and descriptions of 3, Black Loyalists, The first African person in Nova Scotia arrived with the founding of Port Royal in Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

The Port Royal Experiment was a program begun during the American Civil War in which former slaves successfully worked on the land abandoned by the Union captured the Sea Islands off the coast of South Carolina and their main harbor, Port white residents fled, leaving beh black slaves.

Several private Northern charity organizations stepped in to help the. The negroes negroes at Port Royal. book Ladies' and St. Helena Isl nds have quite generally remained on their respective plantations, or if ab­ sent, but temporarily, visiting wives or relatives. The dis­ persion on Port Royal and Hilton Head Islands has been far greater, the people of the former going to Beaufort in con­.

The Book of Negroes is a six-part miniseries recounting the harrowing journey of Aminata Diallo: I joined the Royal Navy when I was eleven, and became a Lieutenant at the age of But all of. The Book of Negroes (MG23 B1, microfilm M–) is only a small part of the British Headquarters Papers; the rest of the index for the papers is accessible through our Carleton Papers—Loyalists and British Soldiers, – database.

About 5, people are mentioned in the Book of Negroes, both black and white people. The information was. the negroes at port royal. ties. I am, on the whole, inclined to believe that the past position of the driver and his valuable knowledge, both of the plantations and the laborers, when properly advised and controlled, may be made available in securing the productiveness of the plantations and the good of the laborers.

URL: Contents. View entire text. Cuddled by the Atlantic coastline, Port Royal Golf & Racquet Club is located on the northwestern point of Hilton Head Island, and named one of the “Top 75 U.S. Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest Magazine. The Club is situated in the Port Royal Plantation along with the luxurious oceanfront Westin Resort.

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Boston: R.F. Wallcut, “The Negroes of Port Royal.” 36 pp, sewn along the side. Pierce notes that there are many people of color in the islands who recently had been slaves, now in need of education, clothing, etc.

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If the file has. First published inSouth Carolina Negroes, rediscovers a time and a people nearly erased from public memory. In this pathbreaking book, George B. Tindall turns to the period after Reconstruction before a tide of reaction imposed a new system of controls on the black population of the state.

He examines the progress and achievements, along with the frustrations, of South. Annamaboe -- largest slave trading port on the Gold Coast -- was home to wily African merchants whose partnerships with Europeans made the town an integral part of Atlantic webs of exchange.

Randy Sparks recreates the outpost's feverish bustle and brutality, tracing the entrepreneurs, black and white, who thrived on a lucrative traffic in human beings.

Get this from a library. The Negroes at Port Royal: report of E.L. Pierce, government agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury. [Edward Lillie. Many Loyalists came to Canada by ship, especially those who settled in the Maritime provinces and, to a lesser extent, in Quebec.

In this section we are developing a list of ships with some basic details about each voyage, along with secondary details including passenger lists etc.

Book Two of the Book of Negroes. 22 September Spencer bound for Port Roseway. William Scot, 24, stout fellow, M, (David Wright). South Carolina Negroes, User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Tindall's volume was one of many he wrote on the Southern experience.

He discusses the role African Americans played in politics, education, labor, etc., from a decade after the Civil War to the turn of the 20th century. inspect the aforegoing Vessels on the 13th June and that on board the said vessels we found the Negroes mentioned in the foregoing List amounting to sixty eight men, twenty seven woman and fifty one children and to the best of our Judgment believe them to be all the Negroes on board the said vessels and we enquired of the Master of each.

1 photograph: print on card mount ; mount 17 x 8 cm (stereograph format) | Photograph shows a group of men and women standing on the road in front of John Joyner Smith's cotton plantation in Port Royal, South Carolina. Four African American children stand in the field behind them.

From November to Januarythe house was used as Union Camp Saxton, and was the location of Emancipation. First Half of book one of the Book of Negroes. Home: Documents: Official: Black Loyalist Directory (book one) Ship Peggy bound for Port Roseway Jacob Wilson. Josiah Smith, 42, stout sawyer & labourer, (Malcom Morrison).

Brig Ranger bound for Annapolis Royal James Philips. Anthony Philips, 23, stout, (Capt. Philips). Port Royal.; HOW THE NEGROES ARE TO BE EMPLOYED. Aug. 18, Credit The New York Times Archives.

See the article in its original context from AugPage 2 Buy Reprints. New-York daily tribune. [volume] (New-York [N.Y.])ApPage 6, Image 6, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. The Negroes at Port Royal, by Edward Lillie Pierce (page images at MOA) Letters and Diary of Laura M.

Towne, Written From the Sea Islands of South Carolina, (Cambridge, MA: Printed at the Riverside Press, ), by Laura M. Towne, ed. by Rupert Sargent Holland (page images at HathiTrust).

Savannah Threatened Affairs at Port Royal Cotton and Negroes. Nov. 29, the brilliant opening of operations in South Carolina by the reduction of the forts that flank Port Royal entrance.

Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 13, 25 had four black “servants” named Ben, Pompey, Mary, and Sarah. According to the Book of Negroes, Ben, Sarah, and Mary were the “Property of Bethaser Creamer.” Again, on the muster these slaves were listed as servants, but in another document they were designated slaves.

The Sands in Port Royal is the perfect spot. Conveniently located at the southern tip of Port Royal, it has incredibly easy access. If you like, you can even drive. “The sterling characteristics of the colored soldiers, their loyalty to the service as shown by the statistics of desertion, and, above all, their splendid service in Cuba, should have entitled.

Here it was that Pierce’s Port Royal plan of leased plantations and guided workmen pointed out the rough way.

In Washington the military governor, at the urgent appeal of the superintendent, opened confiscated estates to the cultivation of the fugitives, and there in the shadow of the dome gathered black farm villages.

See Instructions for the Book of Negroes. To find the original document: These records were taken from microfilms held at Library and Archives Canada (LAC). The microfilm number is on the last line of the record.

Document and page(s) numbers are on the line marked "Page". The document number is first, followed by the page number in brackets. the Negroes formerly passed, being the only place where Horses can come to swim over the River Savannah for near miles, ordered out the Indians in pursuit, and a Detachment of the Garrison at Port Royal to assist the Planters on any Occasion, and published a.

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- North Port Chapel. Read More. Peggy White, 40, ordinary wench, (Hugh Walker, 7th Foot). Formerly slave to William White, Port Royal, South Carolina; left him in the year & joined the troops.

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