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Selected Government Records of Black Settlement, 1791-1839



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Diaspora201112093,201112094,201112095
Letter from Theophilus Chamberlain to Charles Morris, Surveyor General, concerning rations for Black Refugees, etc.
Date: 4 January 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 46

Diaspora201112096,201112097,201112098,201112099
Doctor Samuel Head's report on Black families settled at Preston.
Date: 1 February 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 47

Diaspora201112100,201112101
Memo relating to lots of land owned by Dr. James C. Cochran near Windsor on which Black people have been settling.
Date: 23 December 1824
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 48

Diaspora201112102,201112103
Memo relating to lots of land owned by Dr. James C. Cochran near Windsor on which Black people have been settling.
Date: 22 March 1823
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 49

Diaspora201112104
Certificate from Dr. James C. Cochran stating that John Griffin, a Black Refugee, and his family had settled on his land.
Date: 14 February 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 50

Diaspora201112105,201112106
Memo regrading Dr. James C. Cochran's land, from John McMonagle, Justice of the Peace at Windsor.
Date: 4 February 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 51

Diaspora201112107
Certificate from Dr. James C. Cochran regarding certain Black people having settled on his land.
Date: 27 May 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 52

Diaspora201112108
Names of 5 Black Refugee families settled at Refugee Hill near the North West Arm, lands formerly granted but to be escheated.
Date: 3 June 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 53

Diaspora201112109,201112110,201112111
Order for Benjamin Roberts, 3 month's rations.
Date: 15 May 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 54

Diaspora201112112
List of 15 Black prisoners, received from James H. (___), Wilmington, North Carolina.
Date: 1 July 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 55

Diaspora201112113
Certificate of John Griffin, relinquishing his claim to a portion of Dr. James C. Cochran's land.
Date: 4 June 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 56

Diaspora201112114
List of slaves belonging to British subjects, captured on board of British vessels during the late war, brought into Charleston, South Carolina, as prisoners and detained by order of the Government of the United States.
Date: 5 March 1815
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 57

Diaspora201112115,201112116
Health Officer's certificate, Brig Ceres from Charleston, South Carolina.
Date: 23 August 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 58

Diaspora201112117,201112118
Dr. William Phillips' Health Officers report, brig Ceres.
Date: 23 August 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 59

Diaspora201112119,201112120
Note on death of William Simson, a Black Refugee, one of the prisoners received at Charleston, who died of dropsy (edema) after two days at sea.
Date: 11 August 1816
Reference: Commissioner of Public Records collection Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 60
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