South Carolina: A Short History, 1520-1948

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APPENDIX II
(From Edward Ingle's Southern Sidelight, p. 362) OWNERS OF SLAVES ACCORDING TO NUMBER OWNED--1850, 1866
STATES 1850 1860
Aggre-
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Alabama 5,204 7,737 6,572 5,067 3,524 957 216 18 29,295 33,730
Arkansas 1,383 1,951 1,365 788 382 109 19 2 5,999 1,149
District of Columbia 760 539 136 39 2 1 ... ... 1,477 1,118
Delaware 320 352 117 20 ... ... ... ... 809 587
Florida 699 991 759 588 349 104 29 1 3,520 5,152
Georgia 6,554 11,716 7,701 6,490 5,056 764 147 28 38,456 41,084
Kentucky 9,244 13,284 9,579 5,022 1,198 53 5 ... 38,385 38,645
Louisiana 4,797 6,072 4,327 2,652 1,774 728 274 46 20,670 22,033
Maryland 4,825 5,331 3,327 1,822 655 72 7 1 16,040 13,783
Mississippi 3,640 6,228 5,143 4,015 345 19 ... 1 19,185 24,320
North Carolina 1,204 9,668 8,129 5,898 2,828 485 76 15 28,303 34,658
South Carolina 3,492 6,164 6,311 4,955 3,200 990 392 102 25,596 26,701
Tennessee 7,616 10,582 8,314 4,852 2,202 276 19 3 33,864 36,844
Texas 1,935 2,640 1,585 1,121 374 82 9 1 7,747 21,878
Virginia 11,385 15,550 13,030 9,456 4,880 646 107 9 55,063 52,128
Total 68,820 105,683 80,765 54,595 29,733 6,196 1,479 254 347,525 384,753

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