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    • Bruynswick School students

    • African American boys; African American girls; African American students;
    • A group of students, including two African American children, from the Bruynswick School. Two students are holding American flags.
    • Articles of Agreement,

    • African American families; African American children; African American parents; African American women; African Americans; Slaveholders; Slavery; Slaves;
    • An agreement made between Margrietje Bevier and her son, Solomon Bevier. Solomon is required to care for his widowed mother as well as her slave Molly and her three children; Jack, Jinny and an unnamed young child.
    • Dorothy and Kennith Freer

    • African Americans; African American children;
    • Dorothy Freer in her backyard holding her doll. There is laundry hanging in the distance. This picture was most probably taken on or near 3 Broadhead Ave. in New Paltz, the residence of her grandmother, Marguerite Freer.
    • John Brodhead

    • African American farmers; African American men; African Americans; African American children; African American girls;
    • John Brodhead holding a pitchfork. He is holding the hand of a child wearing a summer dress.
    • Cornelius Dubois Jr. Inventory, April 1816

    • African American children; African American girls; African American men; African American slaveholders; African American women; African Americans; coverlets; Huguenots; Inventories; Woven textiles;
    • Fourteen page inventory of Cornelius Dubois Jr. created April 1816. The inventory lists several household and agriculture items. Page twelve lists seventeen coverlets (spelled coverlits) for 65 dollars. Four enslaved Africans are listed on page...
    • Bill of sale, July 7, 1787

    • African American boys; African American children; African American slaveholders; African American women; African Americans; Huguenots; Slavery; Slaveholders; Slave bills of sale; Slave records;
    • Settlement from the Estate of Cornelius T. Jansen to the Estate of Thomas Jansen, dated July 7, 1787. The document lists two enslaved Africans, Rose and Frink (Frank). The two were separated and sold to different individuals, Rose to Johannis...

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