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Selected Government Records of Black Settlement, 1791-1839



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Diaspora201112483,201112484
Certificate of the receipt of funds for payment of the foregoing expenses for victualling Black Refugees between 27 July and 26 October 1815. (RG 1 vol. 420 no. 64).
Date: 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 65

Diaspora201112485,201112486,201112487
Abstract of expenses for providing for Black Refugees at Melville Island between 27 July and 26 October 1815.
Date: 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 66

Diaspora201112488,201112489,201112490,201112491,201112492,201112493,201112494,201112495,201112496,201112497,201112498,201112499
Return of American Black Refugees at Melville Island, with statement of the condition of their clothing.
Date: 20 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 67

Diaspora201112500,201112501
Letter from Lewis DeMolitor to Thomas N. Jeffery, Collector of Customs, with proposal to supply Black Refugees at Melville Island.
Date: 21 July 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 68

Diaspora201112502,201112503,201112504
Tender from William Sutherland for supplying the Black Refugees at Melville Island.
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 69

Diaspora201112505,201112506
Tender from Dr. Samuel Head for supplies to Black Refugees.
Date: 20 July 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 70

Diaspora201112507,201112508,201112509
Letter from Lewis DeMolitor toThomas N. Jeffery, Collector of Customs, regarding supplies for Black Refugees.
Date: 21 July 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 71

Diaspora201112510
Letter from William Philipps toThomas N. Jeffery, Collector of Customs, with tender for supplies for Black Refugees.
Date: 21 July 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 72

Diaspora201112511,201112512
Tender from George Thompson for supplies to Black Refugees.
Date: 21 July 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 73

Diaspora201112513,201112514
List of names of Black Refugees located on lands conveyed to them by the Collector of Customs,Thomas N. Jeffery, Collector of Customs, 17 October 1815. With the Collector's certificate of their being on the lands.
Date: 17 October 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 74

Diaspora201112515,201112516
Certificate from Rufus Fairbank regarding John Lynch and other Black Refugees settled on his land at Lake Porter.
Date: 30 October 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 75

Diaspora201112517,201112518,201112519,201112520
Letter from Hon. Charles Morris, Surveyor General, to the Lieutenant Governor J.C. Sherbrooke, regarding the settlement of the Black Refugees and the best location for that purpose.
Date: 6 September 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 76

Diaspora201112521
A return of Black Refugees to whom land has been conveyed by Rufus Fairbanks.
Date: 30 October 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 77

Diaspora201112522,201112523
Lewis DeMolitor to Richard Best, Acting Collector of Customs regarding supplies to Black Refugees.
Date: 2 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 78

Diaspora201112524,201112525,201112526
Letter from Richard Best, Acting Collector of Customs, to Henry H. Cogswell, Deputy Provincial Secretary, regarding the contractors supplying sugar instead of molasses.
Date: 3 November 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 420 no. 79
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