APA Citation

Shoemaker, A. (. (1812). Indenture of servitude for Ann Blackston, to John Rudolph and wife Elizabeth, November 19, 1812 to "learn the art, trade, and mystery of housewifery.".

Chicago Style Citation

Shoemaker, A. (Alderman). Indenture of Servitude for Ann Blackston, to John Rudolph and Wife Elizabeth, November 19, 1812 to "learn the Art, Trade, and Mystery of Housewifery.". 1812.

MLA Citation

Shoemaker, A. (Alderman). Indenture of Servitude for Ann Blackston, to John Rudolph and Wife Elizabeth, November 19, 1812 to "learn the Art, Trade, and Mystery of Housewifery.". 1812.

VU Citation

"Indenture of servitude for Ann Blackston, to John Rudolph and wife Elizabeth, November 19, 1812 to "learn the art, trade, and mystery of housewifery."". Lloyd. Digital Library @ Villanova University. Date Accessed: 1 September 14, 7:17 PM.

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