In partnership with the Midway Museum, the Digital Library of Georgia has just made the Julia R. King Collection available online.
King (1863–1952) was a descendant of the Roswell King (1765–1844) family of Georgia plantation owners and managers who owned land, property, and enslaved people across Georgia dating back to the 1700s.
The collection includes essential documents related to slavery, including estate appraisals and inventories that include the first names of enslaved African Americans. It will be of particular interest to those doing family research on people enslaved in Liberty County, Georgia.
You can read more in an article by Mandy Mastrovita published in the Digital Library of Georgia web site at: https://blog.dlg.galileo.usg.edu/?p=8253