Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233,
Scope and Content
This collections contains eight versions of Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233. The bills have been cut or torn from other sources and relate to the rights of free African-Americans within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- c. 1859-1861
Collection is open for research.
Permission to publish material from Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233 must be obtained from Special Collections, Virginia Tech.
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Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233 contains several amended versions of Bill No. 233. Each of the bills lists the rights and privileges given to free African-Americans living with in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The bill also discusses the process by which a free person can be sold into slavery if they have been convicted of a crime.
The Collection is arranged by type of material.
Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233 was purchased by Special Collections in 2010.
The processing, arrangement, and description of the Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233 was completed in July 2015.
- A Guide to Virginia General Assembly Bill No. 233, c. 1859-1861
- A Collection in Special Collections
- Ryan Mair
- © 2015 Virginia Tech. All rights reserved.
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