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1.  Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Bridgette, by Henry Shaw in 1838.

Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Bridgette, by Henry Shaw in 1838. See PHO2020-0031. 



1838

2.  Record of manumission (freeing) of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1839.

Record of manumission (freeing) of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1839. 



1839

3.  Record of wages accrued by enslaved person, Bridgette, for Henry Shaw.

Record of wages accrued by enslaved person, Bridgette, for Henry Shaw. 



1842

4.  Receipt of doctor visit from a Dr. Vitalis to Henry Shaw for enslaved person Bridgette. Reciept is in French and dated September 17, 1842.

St. Louis, Missouri September 17, 1842 To: Mr. Henry Shaw [???] hotel / Doctor Vitalis takes the liberty of giving below to Mr. Henry Shaw, the detailed account of medical care to be given during his absence, of the slave Brigitte and her little mulatto son. To Know: 1844 May 22. Visit to Brigitte’s child for worm fever, and, returned measles. Pursuit of a wrongly given purgative $2.00 [May?] 23. Prescription and medication visit, at the same time very badly $2.50 [May?] 24. Vesication and medication given [???] $3.00 [May?] 25. [?] [??] Dressings $2.50 [May?] 27. [?] [??] [and? al?] $2.00 [May?] 28. [?] [??] [and? al?] [red wax mark] [May?] 29. [?] prescription for convalescence $2.00 / July 1st Visit, prescription, vesication (blister treatment) behind the ears, and incision of the gums to the same child, for difficult dentition and original dysentery. ey. $4.00 [July?] 7. Visit to the mother for false pleurisy and fevers [etc.] $2.00 [July?] 9. Visit to the same for verification. (recovered) $2.00 Total: $24.00 (Vesication is a form of treatment which causes blistering on the skin which is no longer is used.) See PHO2020-0035. 



1842

5.  Receipt of doctor visit from a Dr. Vitalis to Henry Shaw for enslaved person Bridgette. Dated September 17, 1842.

Receipt of doctor visit from a Dr. Vitalis to Henry Shaw for enslaved person Bridgette. Dated September 17, 1842. Back of record. See PHO2020-0034. 



1842

6.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved persons Joseph, Tabitha, and her daughter Sarah by Henry Shaw in 1848.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved persons Joseph, Tabitha, and her daughter Sarah by Henry Shaw in 1848. See PHO2020-0037. 



1848

7.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved persons Joseph, Tabitha, and her daughter Sarah by Henry Shaw in 1848. Back of record.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved persons Joseph, Tabitha, and her daughter Sarah by Henry Shaw in 1848. Back of record. See PHO2020-0036. 



1848

8.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person Sarah and her infant child by Henry Shaw in 1850.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person Sarah and her infant child by Henry Shaw in 1850. See PHO2020-0039. 



1850

9.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person Sarah and her infant child by Henry Shaw in 1850. Back of record.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person Sarah and her infant child by Henry Shaw in 1850. Back of record. See PHO2020-0039. 



1850

10.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person, Jim, by Henry Shaw in 1852.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person, Jim, by Henry Shaw in 1852. See PHO2020-0041. 



1852

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