by Julia Munro


Jackson (last name unknown), adult male. Jackson is described in a Chairman's Journal entry dated October 5, 1863 as a "negro having a white wife" who lived on grounds: "Instructed Mr. Wm. A Pratt (P43770), Suptdr. of Grounds (PL8688) & Buildings (PL8638) to remove Jackson (P47281), a negro having a white wife, from the House he occupied on the University grounds (PL8688)." The entry did not specify which house on campus he "occupied." An entry from October 10 noted, "Mr Pratt (P43770) reported that the above order had been carried out."




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Chairman's Journal, Session 40, 1863-4


2. Library Call Numbers/Bibliographic Records

Journals of the Chairman of the Faculty [maunscript], 1827-1864. Special Collections, University of Virginia Library. RG-19/1/2.041



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