|Catalog Number||MS 733-01-01-04|
|Scope & Content||This collection consists of manifests of slaves shipped from Savannah to various ports. The manifests, originating in the Port of Savannah, list the slave's first name, gender, age, height, owner, and residence; the name of the vessel and its master, the outbound and inbound ports, and the date. The ships listed on the manifests include the Alabama, Seabrook, and the Cecile.|
|Creator||Port of Savannah (Ga.)|
|Title||John and Olivia, owned by B. Chapman[?] of Charleston. Bound from Savannah to Charleston on the Cecile, F. Peck, Master. December 12, 1860.|
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|Collection||Port of Savannah slave manifests|
Port of Savannah (Ga.)