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Coleman-Stuart Family papers 1848-1898.

Author: Coleman Family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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During the mid-19th century, A.A. Coleman was a judge and well-respected planter in the black belt of west-central Alabama. W.S. Stuart, possibly a son-in-law to Coleman, was a physician, planter, and slave holder living in Monticello, Miss., southeast of Vicksburg. After the Civil War, both he and Coleman returned to farming, and Coleman may have engaged in a mercantile partnership. The Coleman-Stuart Papers  Read more...
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Coleman Family.
OCLC Number: 248940944
Description: 29 items.
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During the mid-19th century, A.A. Coleman was a judge and well-respected planter in the black belt of west-central Alabama. W.S. Stuart, possibly a son-in-law to Coleman, was a physician, planter, and slave holder living in Monticello, Miss., southeast of Vicksburg. After the Civil War, both he and Coleman returned to farming, and Coleman may have engaged in a mercantile partnership. The Coleman-Stuart Papers consists of twenty-nine items, mostl correspondence and other manuscripts, of A.A. Coleman and W.S. Stuart.

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