All results for Paul Cuffee/Slocum in All Collections

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MyHeritage Family Trees
Cuffe Quaben Wainer Wayner in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:1757 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 4 more siblings
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Wortham Jr Web Site, managed by George Hugh Wortham Jr
Birth:1757 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 4 more siblings
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Cuffe _ Wainer (Wayner) Tree in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:Day Month 1759 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 12 more siblings
Wife:Name of wife
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Naomi Cuffe and names of 6 more children
MyHeritage Family Trees
Cuffe _ Wainer (Wayner) Tree in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:Day Month 1759 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 12 more siblings
Wife:Name of wife
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Naomi Cuffe and names of 6 more children
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... from this country, forty in number, were transported at the expense of, and in a vessel belonging to Mr. PaulCuffee, in 1815. These negroes were landed at Sierra Leone. A dispatch from Mexico announces..."
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Date:Day Month 1892
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... the traveller may expect who goes into equatorial Africa. Among the biographies is a sketch of Benjamin Banneker and another of PaulCuffee; the first admired by President Jefferson, the second a friend..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... followed those of the Free States which have acted justly towards their free black population. New-York, led on by her Murrays, Jays and Tompkins?Massachu? setts yielding to the common sense agrumcnt of Paul..."
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Date:Day Month 1844
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... In a clump ol ;i ?, in ir 'ti. v. ai -, i?v I? an old grave I me, er,?oted earl) in ihe present century hi i ie N'ew-York Missionary Society t ? th.- memory ol Hn- Kev, PaulCuffee the las: nf the Indian..."
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Date:Day Month 1895
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., but their eeorts were not successful. In 1815 PaulCuffee, a free negro of Massachusetts, who acquired considerable property and was the owner of a ship, carried forty negro colonists from Boston to Sierra Leone..."
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Date:Day Month 1899
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... given the use of one of its mammoth dirigibles for practice pur-! poses in the state armory at Hartford and on February 22, Lieut. Paul' Slocum began the work of instructing the; men in the dirigible..."
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Date:Day Month 1916
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... At a recent mooting of PaulSlocum Post, No.SS, Bloomington, Ind., a resolution was Ticauimoasly adopted requesting the appoint ment of Comrade James Tanner as Commissioner of Pensions. J. K. Kid, Co. II, 5th..."
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Date:Day Month 1889
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...->t High ere the b srn.r-nT ot t Tie r-sp^tln? trs veiy thing now go'*ig on. : the re*,eia'ngof t he r"strer I ai^.-o ^o h'sova imcL's rs active cid remaps ps f1 jq - (*ay rs it wa3 'n PaulCuffee's tlm..."
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Date:Day Month 1880
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Sloeum, pastor of the Lyons Methodist church, a Chautauqua speaker and noted Masoniclecturer, committed suicide on a train near St. Paul. Slocum left home for a 'conference regarding Methodist church lands..."
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Date:Day Month 1915
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...-lessness :. of the colonists. Thomas Jefferson and' other eminent Virgjn-ians, early advocated the colonization of emancipated negroes in some part of America. In 1815 the, scheme was given a .great impetus by-Cap t. Paul..."
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Date:Day Month 1916
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Text:"..., by the name of Ruth Moses. It was the custom then, as now, for the slave to take the surname of his master, and the father of Paul was, I conclude, known as CuffeeSlocum. But Paul, with the spirit of a freeman..."
Date:1858
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., by the name of Ruth Moses. It was the custom then, as now, for the slave to take the surname of his master, and the father of Paul was^ I conclude, known as CuffeeSlocum. But Paul, with the spirit of a freeman..."
Date:1858
Place:Massachusetts, USA