Maryland Toleration Act
Marland Toleration Act
It's April 21, 1649 in Maryland colony, in St. Mary's city we are announcing a very special act. You are aloud to enslave African Americans under your will. You can make them do laundry, clean the house, take care of your farm and more!
Come one, Come all
Come to the Main street and buy your own servant. We are starting with young 16 to 17 men or woman for 100 dollars a piece. This was signed off by Cecil Calvert, Proprietary Governor of the Provence of Marland.