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|Creator:||Randolph, John Hampden, 1813-1883|
|Title:||Bill of Lading|
Waybill for a wartime shipment of 20 hogsheads (about 135 bushels) of sugar from Nottoway, the plantation of John Hampden Randolph, a wealthy planter of Bayou Goula, Louisiana, to be shipped on the steamer Louisville to John Shelby & Co. in Memphis, Tennessee, 1861.
Local identification number: 658-5-1-108-1
|Subjects:||Randolph, John Hampden, 1813-1883 | Sugar trade | John Shelby & Co. (Memphis, Tenn.) | Steamboats | United States, Louisiana, Nottoway Plantation | United States, Louisiana, Bayou Goula|
|Collection:||Intellectual underpinnings of the American Civil War|
|Institution:||Mississippi State University. Libraries|
|Contributors:||Mississippi State University. Libraries|
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