Title
Libertad - Freedom papers
Description
Digitised manuscript jpeg
Notarised record of Matilde O'Bourke buying her freedom from Marina O'Bourke, Cienfuegos, Cuba 1871.
The surname belongs to a woman of Irish origin and a woman of African origin. The Irish woman inherited ownership of the African woman.
The O'Bourke name came from Limerick and became a marker of property in people in Cuba. Multiple diasporas and heritage - Were they related?
This item was uploaded during the 'DIY Feminist Archival Practices for Researchers' (10th Feb. 2021) workshop, facilitated by Dr Sharon Webb and Dr Niamh Moore, for the AHRC-IRC funded network grant, Intersections, Feminism, Technology & Digital Humanities network (IFTe)
Date Created
24/01/2020
Publisher
Escribanía Sainz de Medina
Contributor
Margaret Brehony
Subject
Rights
CC BY-NC-ND

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