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A list of negroes on Doohoregan Manor taken in familys [sic] with their ages on Dec’r 1, 1773


Six pages from an inventory of 330 enslaved individuals at Doohoregan Manor (spelled as such in the inventory, but also commonly spelled Doohoragen in the 18th century, and later Doughoregan). The inventory lists the names and ages of enslaved individuals, organized by family. Doohoregan was located in what would become Howard County, Maryland, and was the estate of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The inventory is part of a larger account book of the Carroll family.

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MS 220


6 pages

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