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Notebook No.130, 10 January 1846-20 January 1846

 Item — Box: Lyell-temp-box 5
Identifier: Coll-203/A1/130

Scope and Contents

This notebook contains notes about slave religion, dances, festivities, and Lyell's observations of the lives of enslaved people in Georgia. This is interspersed with geological observations, lists of boxes sent and received of specimens, and cross section illustrations of landscapes. This notebook is mostly written in pencil. The index is located at p. 113-117, and is in pen.

Contents

Unitarianism, Abolitionism
p. 4
List of 'Boxes Sent'; shells, specimen
p. 5
Observations, notes titled 'Negro'
p. 6
Observations, notes titled 'Negro Religion'
p. 7
Observations, notes titled 'Baptist Negroes'
p. 10
Observations, notes titled 'War'
p. 11
Letter to Darwin
p. 24
Specimen Illustration
p. 30
Observations, notes titled "Negro"
p. 35-40
Observations, notes titled '[Gernegan]', clay descriptions
p. 50
McKinier Letter, Observations, notes titled 'Negroes'
p. 56
Queries Dr. Cotting
p. 70
Specimen illustration
p. 77
Observations, notes titled 'Randolph Co.'
p. 78
Observations, notes titled 'Georgia'
p. 87
Locations: Hopeton - Macon - Milledgeville, Georgia

Dates

  • 10 January 1846-20 January 1846

Creator

Language of Materials

English

Conditions Governing Access

This series is currently unavailable due to conservation and cataloguing work

Extent

1 volume

59 Leaves

72 folios