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Copy of Bill, M. Reed

Description: Bill for goods purchased by Michael Reed from Taylor and Bagby.
Date: November 9, 1858
Creator: Taylor and Bagby
Partner: Southwestern University

[Bill of sale for a slave boy named Owens]

Description: Bill of sale for a boy around 16 years old named Owens, sold as a slave to Michael Reed by Mark, William, and Tilford Bean.
Date: June 15, 1858
Creator: Bean, Mark; Bean, William & Bean, Tilford
Partner: Southwestern University

[Ledger of daily slave activities]

Description: Ledger detailing the daily activities of those who were slaves to Michael Reed. Names of those enslaved include Jack, Dan, Ed, Gim/Jim, Johan, Gorge, Abe, Little Gim/Jim, Bill, Luce, Bet, Sal, Lizzy/Lizey, Nelee[?], Ike, and Johan. Activities include working with cotton and corn, ginning, herding, clearing, "house," "sick," chopping, fodder, and "nothing." On the last page, some quantities and the name "Josiah P. Gates."
Date: [1858-1859?]
Creator: Reed, Michael
Partner: Southwestern University

[Deacon certification for Orceneth A. Fisher]

Description: Certificate ordaining Orceneth Asbury Fisher with the office of Deacon in the Methodist Episcopal Church South as judged by the Texas Conference.
Date: November 28, 1858
Creator: Pierce, George F.
Partner: Southwestern University

[Sermon on the Christian soldier]

Description: Notes for a sermon that appears to be a metaphorical discussion on Christian soldiers serving in the Army of God, references to the "breastplate of righteousness" and "shield of faith."
Date: February 14, 1858
Creator: Fisher[?]
Partner: Southwestern University

The great Conqueror [and unnamed sermon]

Description: Notes for two separate sermons given on different days and in different locations. The first recounts the role of Christ as the conqueror of sin and death; the second discussing gratitude and mercy.
Date: February 7, 1858
Creator: Fisher[?]
Partner: Southwestern University