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[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

[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/George, Abe, Little Gim/Jim, Bill, Luce, Bet, Sal, Lizzy/Lizey, Nelee[?], Ike, and Johan. Activities include working with cotton and corn, ginning, herding, clearing, cow hunting, plowing, bailing, "river bank," "house," "sick," chopping, fodder, and "nothing." Also included in what appears to once have been gathered into a booklet are several receipts, a remedy, and a printed document "An Act to Provide an Internal Improvement Fund, and to Commence a System of Internal Improvements by the State."
Date: [1858-1859?]
Creator: Reed, Michael
Partner: Southwestern University

[Eviction notice]

Description: Eviction notice from Michael Reed to N. Conner, who was living on the land of Eliza B. Reed in the house built by Willie Carter on land cleared by Thomas Havens.
Date: April 20, 1852
Creator: Reed, Michael
Partner: Southwestern University

[Bill for general goods]

Description: Bill for general goods purchased by Michael Reed in 1855 totaling $179.59. Signed in acknowledgement of receipt of payment by J. Jalonick on July 12, 1856.
Date: July 12, 1856
Creator: Jalonick, J.
Partner: Southwestern University

Receipt of payment

Description: Receipt of payment from Michael Reed to Joseph Depues[?] in the amount of $33 for his services in getting the testimony of F. W. Johnson and others in Reed's defense against a grant claim.
Date: June 5, 1856
Creator: Depues[?], Joseph
Partner: Southwestern University