Title: Letter signed Park Woodward, New London, to Thomas Jefferson, November 28, 1803
Description: Writes of yellow fever, and attributes it to the moral transgression of owning slaves due to the fact that few Negroes suffer from the fever. Woodward wants the slaves appraised, paid for out of the public chest, and emancipated.
Place: United States
Maker/Creator: Woodward, Park
Subjects: Yellow fever
Politics and government
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