[North Carolina reports] [electronic resource].
- Slavery, abolition & social justice
- This collection consists of extracts of printed summaries of cases relating to slavery and/or African Americans heard in the Supreme Court of North Carolina between 1869 and 1875. It comprises cases heard in the court of Raleigh. Topics covered include: slavery, slavery and agriculture, freed slaves, freedmen and free Black settlements, varieties of slave experience, master and slave relationship, female slaves, child slaves, treatment of slaves, wills, plantations, sale of slaves, emancipation, the US Civil War, and the legacy of slavery.
- Title supplied by publisher.
Electronic reproduction of extracts from: North Carolina reports, v. 63-73 (1869-[1875?]). The reports are listed among the North Carolina State Archives Supreme Court documents within the "Slavery, abolition and social justice, 1490-2007" resource.
- Location of Originals:
- North Carolina State Archives
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