In 1568, after serving two female masters for over a decade in Seville, two young female Black slaves born in Santo Domingo were granted freedom by their second master

Title

In 1568, after serving two female masters for over a decade in Seville, two young female Black slaves born in Santo Domingo were granted freedom by their second master

Subject

Early colonial Santo Domingo

Description

Manuscript

Source

España. Ministerio de Cultura, Archivo General de Indias|CUNY Dominican Studies Institute
España. Ministerio de Cultura, Archivo General de Indias

Date

Nov. 27, 1568
Nov. 27, 1568

Rights

Ministerio de Cultura, Educación y Deporte, Spain

Format

Hand-written manuscript on paper

Identifier

DSI0146

Coverage

16th Century
Seville

Files

22194254-Panel-23.jpg

Collection

Citation

“In 1568, after serving two female masters for over a decade in Seville, two young female Black slaves born in Santo Domingo were granted freedom by their second master,” Dominican Studies Institute, accessed January 19, 2021, http://ccnydigitalscholarship.org/dsi-blacks-in-america/items/show/146.