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The CFNC was incorporated in 1811 to "work Cape Fear River from Wilmington to Fayetteville." Its purpose, especially during the 1820s and 1830s, was to "clear the [Cape Fear] river of logs and shoals" so that steamboats could pass by in the 100 miles between Fayetteville and Wilmington.

In time, the company made a 27-foot canal that, along with continual maintenance to ensure the river's navigability, allowed for an increase in traffic during the 1840s and 1850s.

A bill of sale/mortgage delivering four Negro slaves namely: BELLA, SALLY, BEN, AND ANTHONY to the Master of Equity James W.

Gray for the sum of 0 by George Lynes who was a minister and owned Foxbank Plantation.

Gray was the master of equity in Charleston and lived at 112 Beaufair St. Such noted slave sales are 20x rarer than normal Charleston Bill of sales.

Lists horses, mules, ambulances, wagons, harnesses, etc. Colored Troops, District of Vicksburg, MS, to October, 1864. Colored Troops, District of Vicksburg, MS, to February, 1865. He was described as being about 22 years of age and sold to the Cape Fear Navigation Company with a clear title being guaranteed. In time, the company made a 27-foot canal that, along with continual maintenance to ensure the river's navigability, allowed for an increase in traffic during the 1840s and 1850s.Printed on light gray paper the words NEGRO SLAVES printed boldly in the text.Throughout the first half of the 19th century, slaves brought into Charleston were sold at public auctions held on the north side of the Exchange and Provost building.In the foreground is the depot platform and just back of it is the 1st TENNESSEE COLORED BATTERY. Forrest's success did little to slow Sherman, however, who began his famous "March to the Sea" shortly afterward. November 24th, 1787, 4 pages, 13" X 20", TEN DOLLARS REWARD RAN AWAY A NEGRO MAN NAMED WILL, FOR SALE A LIKELY NEGRO LAD about 20 years of age, TO BE SOLD A YOUNG HEALTHY NEGRO WENCH, properly entered, suitable for a family either in the town or country, three ads on page 1, very fine................................................ February 20th, 1788, 4 pages, 13" X 20", FIVE POUNDS REWARD FOR THE RUNAWAY NEGRO NATHAN, a good looking fellow, good teeth, slightly limps, an excellent farmer.In the background is the camp with the troops drawn up in line. Very fine............................................... A NEGRO MAN HARRY RAN AWAY, has a remarkable sharp nose for a Negro, a blacksmith by trade, interesting are two ads for white apprentices that have also run away and an ad for selling the contract of a white servant girl who has several years left on her indenture, very fine......................................., 8" X 13" manuscript bill of sale where James Webb sells the Negro boy named LOTT aged about 24 years old for the sum of 0 to the Cape Fear Navigation Company dated September 16th, 1816 with complete warranty. The sale was finalized on the 18th with a notation of the money exchanging hands.

Lists horses, mules, ambulances, wagons, harnesses, etc. Colored Troops, District of Vicksburg, MS, to October, 1864. Colored Troops, District of Vicksburg, MS, to February, 1865. He was described as being about 22 years of age and sold to the Cape Fear Navigation Company with a clear title being guaranteed. In time, the company made a 27-foot canal that, along with continual maintenance to ensure the river's navigability, allowed for an increase in traffic during the 1840s and 1850s.

Printed on light gray paper the words NEGRO SLAVES printed boldly in the text.

Throughout the first half of the 19th century, slaves brought into Charleston were sold at public auctions held on the north side of the Exchange and Provost building.

In the foreground is the depot platform and just back of it is the 1st TENNESSEE COLORED BATTERY. Forrest's success did little to slow Sherman, however, who began his famous "March to the Sea" shortly afterward. November 24th, 1787, 4 pages, 13" X 20", TEN DOLLARS REWARD RAN AWAY A NEGRO MAN NAMED WILL, FOR SALE A LIKELY NEGRO LAD about 20 years of age, TO BE SOLD A YOUNG HEALTHY NEGRO WENCH, properly entered, suitable for a family either in the town or country, three ads on page 1, very fine................................................ February 20th, 1788, 4 pages, 13" X 20", FIVE POUNDS REWARD FOR THE RUNAWAY NEGRO NATHAN, a good looking fellow, good teeth, slightly limps, an excellent farmer.

In the background is the camp with the troops drawn up in line. Very fine............................................... A NEGRO MAN HARRY RAN AWAY, has a remarkable sharp nose for a Negro, a blacksmith by trade, interesting are two ads for white apprentices that have also run away and an ad for selling the contract of a white servant girl who has several years left on her indenture, very fine......................................., 8" X 13" manuscript bill of sale where James Webb sells the Negro boy named LOTT aged about 24 years old for the sum of 0 to the Cape Fear Navigation Company dated September 16th, 1816 with complete warranty. The sale was finalized on the 18th with a notation of the money exchanging hands.

FRANK AT 0, AMY AND CHILDREN AT 0, MARIAH AT 0, TILSA AND TWO CHILDREN AT 00, LIZZY AT 0, JOSEPH AT 0, STOKES AT 0, CAROLINE AT 0, JORDAN AT 0, DOTIA AT 0, BEN AT 00, NAT AT 0, FIL AT 00, ISRAEL AT 00, NOAH AT 0, MOSES AT 00, ELIJAH AT 00, GEORGE AT 00, SARAH AND CHILD 0, JANE AT TWO CHILDREN 00, and many others, also listed are mules, sheep, furniture, plantation items, cattle, hogs, etc. This appraisal was for another of his plantation in nearby Bibb County, Alabama. Moved to New Orleans, LA, thence to Texas, and duty on the Rio Grande and at various points in Texas, until January, 1866. Regiment lost during service 1 Officer and 30 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and 398 Enlisted men by disease. The "Pest Hospital" was a term used for soldiers with contagious disease such as smallpox.............................................................., Town of Methuen, NC, 1884, 5" X 7" Tax Collector's statement showing real estate, personal estate taxes due with .00 printed for the poll tax. Alaline Cook did not have to pay the POLL TAX of .00.