Abstract of Accounts for Bounty for the capture of ships in the Slave Trade. Gives name of the claimant, name of captured and capturing ships, and name of the payee. These records are located at Archives l in Washington, D. Settled Accounts of Claimants and Disbursing Officers of the First Auditor. Claims case files include: African shipping;the bounty on Blacks illegally imported;the support of captured Africans illegally entering the United States; bounty for the capture of illegal slave ships; expenditures of the American Colonization Society in support of persons of African descent. These records are located at Archives II in College Park, Maryland. There are several series that pertain to the business of the mixed claims commissions and the domestic claims commission. This record group includes letters relative to suits for the forfeiture of vessels involved in the slave trade. RG 206 Records of the Solicitor of the Treasury Letters received by the Solicitor of the Treasury from U. district attorneys, marshals, and clerk of court, 1801-1898 The Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury (1830-1934) was created in the Department of the Treasury to supervise all legal proceedings involving the collection of debts due the United States.Records Relating Directly to Slavery and Emancipation RG 59, General Records of the Department of State By an act of Congress, July 27, 1789, ( 1Stat.28), the President approved establishing the first executive department of the Federal Government. Domestic functions were assigned to the Department, but with the expansion of the Government most of these were passed to other agencies. Taney, Attorney General, July 20, 1831- September 24, 1833 Benjamin F. The Treasury Department received control over commercial intercourse, and Special Agents under the Special Agency system were given authority to supervise trade and commerce in areas of the Confederacy occupied by Union forces.
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It succeeded both the Federal Emergency Relief Administration and the Civil Works Administration, which were established in 1933.
3, 1857 Volume 9 Index indicated no citations Registers of Letters Received, 1809-1863, 3 volumes see Letters Received, 1809-70, for documents (entry 9) LOC: 230/01/30/01, entry 6 Volume A: State Department RG 69 Records of the Work Projects Administration The Works Projects Administration, established May 6, 1935, was responsible for the Governments work relief program.
Nine Special Agencies were ultimately established in the Confederate States, each responsible for a prescribed geographical boundary.
Records are arranged by Special Agency, thereunder by districts and activity.