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Survey of Birchtown
1783
 Survey of Birchtown
 Certificate of Freedom
Certificate of Freedom
1783

 Woodcutter
Black Loyalist Woodcutter
1788

 Return to Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
1792

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Excavated Objects Used in Birchtown at AkDi-23 (Acker site)
Excavated Objects Used in Birchtown at AkDi-12 (Pit house)
   
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Mulberry
Plantation
1779
 Mulberry Plantation
 
 The Book of Negroes

The Book of Negroes
1783
 Brownspriggs Land Grant

Brownspriggs Land Grant
1787

Publication by Boston King
1798

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