Letter from James Hill to George Washington

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Title

Letter from James Hill to George Washington

Subject

Slavery
George Washington
James Hill

Description

Letter from James Hill to George Washington, discusses many things related to finances. Most importantly, it mentions two enslaved men. One that is a continuous problem. Hill suggests he should get rid of this man the same way he got rid of another runaway slave. Hill is suggesting Washington send this man down to the West Indies.

Creator

James Hill

Source

George Washington Papers (Library of Congress)

Publisher

Library of Congress

Date

5 Feb 1773

Contributor

Kayleigh Seng

Rights

No known restrictions

Language

English

Identifier

https://www.loc.gov/resource/mgw4.032_0901_0903/?sp=1

Files

James Hill to George Washington- Feb 5, 1773.png

Citation

James Hill , “Letter from James Hill to George Washington,” Mason's Legacies, accessed September 24, 2021, http://masonslegacies.org/items/show/639.

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