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Peyton Polly Collection, 1856-1859

Free black man's legal efforts to gain release of his children and granchildren kidnaped from Ohio into slavery in Kentucky and Virgina. This selection of items is from the Salmon P. Chase collection.

1 Governor Salmon P. Chase to John Saidley, March 18, 1856
2 Governor Salmon P. Chase to J. W. Wilson, March 19, 1856
3 Governor Salmon P. Chase to John Saidley, March 26, 1856
4 Ralph Seete to Governor Salmon P. Chase, March 31, 1856
5 Governor Salmon P. Chase to John Saidley, April 21, 1856
6 J.W Wilson to Governor Salmon P.Chase, May 14, 1856
7 Case of Polly Negroes Memorandum
8 Governor Salmon P. Chase to H. S. Neal, May 15, 1856
9 Ralph Seete to Governor Salmon P.Chase, July 25, 1856
10 S. S. Rice to John Saidley, April 3, 1857
11 John Saidley to Governor Salmon P. Chase, April 8, 1857
12 S. S. Rice to Governor Salmon P. Chase, June 6, 1857
13 John Saidley to Governor Salmon P. Chase, September 15, 1857
14 John Saidley to Governor Salmon P. Chase, February 13, 1858
15 Ralph Seete to A. M. Gangener, November 12, 1859
16 S. S. Rice to Governor Salmon P. Chase, February 16, 1859
17 J. C. Wheeler to (?), March 22, 1859
18 Ralph Seete to A. M. Gangener, November 12, 1859
19 Ralph Seete to A. M. Gangener, November 25, 1859

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