Opening in 2027! Read our Latest News

Article submitted by Nicholle Young; Summary written by Cheri Todd Molter

This clipping from Fayetteville Weekly Observer contains two advertisements, one regarding the sale of James, who had been employed as a spinner and carder from a local cotton factory, and the other announcing the upcoming sale of a thirty-year-old woman and her two children. These enslaved people were sold in Fayetteville in April 1850.

Source: Fayetteville Weekly Observer, Fayetteville, North Carolina Tuesday, April 02, 1850

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This