African American Contraband Records

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This table shows the record number of way pointed record sets of lists of contraband names and slave owners in United States Union Provost Marshall Files of Two or More Civilians, 1861-1864 National Archives Microfilm publication M416. The images are arranged by roll number. To view the images click on " View Images in this Collection" then click on "Records by Number and Date.

Record No. African - American Contraband Records No. of Names
665 Otter Island, So. Caro.,February , 1862. 52
666 Fort Seward, Bay Point, February 1862 21
919 Spanish Wells, No. Carolina, Capt. J.C. Campbell’s Command, March , 1862 107
920 Otter Island, Co., Carolina, March, 1862 64
924 Quartermaster Dept. March 1862, Colored Employees under Capt. C.E. Fuller, Beaufort, SC 400
926 Graham's Plantation March 1862
983 Otter Island, Sc., Caro., Contraband. April, 1862. 54
984 Otter Island, Sc. Caro. Contraband. April, 1862. 44
985 Otter Island, So. Carolina, April, 1862 35
1359 Vessels on the Potomac, June 1862
2955 Hilton Head, SC, November, 1862 594
3669 Received from Gun Boat, February, 1863 41
3800 Tuscumbia, Missouri, Feby, 1863 12
3802 Lebanon, Missouri, Feby, 1863 9
4316 Island No. 10, April, 1863 383
4317 Fort Pillow, Tenn., April, 1863 13
4471 Ft Pillow to Island No. 10, April, 1863 37
4472 Island No. 10, April, 1863 383
4623 Columbus, Ky, May,1863 34
4642 Gallatin, May, 1863 24
4660 Columbus, Ky, Fort Heiman, May, 1863 180
4787 Chillicothe, May 1863 25
5052 Pocahontas, Tenn., Enticed to join 2nd Ala. Regt. 10
5949 15th Regt., Md Vols., USA Servants, Aig., 1863 17
5950 Pelham, Tenn. Aug. 1863 15
5951 97 R. Ohio Vols., August, 1863 10
5952 1st Brigade, 1st Div., 6th Corps, Aug., 1863. 30
5953 Q.M. dept., 1st Division, 6th Corps, Aug. 1863 10
6065 Q. M. Dept of 2nd Brig., 1st Div. Negroes employed. Aug 1863 73
6077 Q.M. Dept., 2nd Brig., 3rd Div. Negroes employed Aug, 1863 43
6327 Pocahontas, Tenn., August, 1863 20
6328 Pocahontas, Tenn., August, 1863 16
6473 Shepherdsville, Ky., 2d Qr., 1863 67
6497 Miami Transport & Cambridge, Mo. Contrband. Employees, Sept., 1863 153
6811 Culpepper, C.H., Va., October, 1863 13
6968 Census of, Helena, Arkansas, Vovember 1863 368
7193 Easton, MD., November, 1863
8360 Annapolis, Md. Slaves giving names of Owners, February, 1864 7
9938 Tipton, Missouri, May, 1864 16
10510 Henry Co, MO., July, 1863 5
11128 St. Louis, Mo. Contrbands. July, 1864. 19
13420 New Orlenas, La. Conscripts employed, Bu of Free Labor., Dept of the Gulf 5
15280 New Orlenas, La. Parish of St. Charles, 13
15601 Charleston, S.C. Plantation Owners & Slaves, March 1865 1312
18957 Tipton, Missouri, May 1, 1864 15
20664 April, 1864, Port Hudson, La. Prisoners trading in Contraband goods. 18
21349 Norfolk, Virginia, December 1864 23
21350 Portsmouth, Va., December, 1864 9
21437 Colored Persons & Owners Jan 1865 Marshall, Saline Co., Mo 15
21805 List of left by Rebels under Price, Franklin Co., Mo., n.d.
22159 St. Augustine, Fla., 11
22310 St. Joseph, Mo., August, 1863 3
22312 St. Joseph, Mo., August, 1863 39
22314 Danville, Montgomery Co., Mo. 2
22318 St. Joseph, Mo., Sept., 1863
22359 St. Joseph, Mo., May, 1865 10