Does anyone know of a source that provides information about which delegates to the First or Second Continental Congresses brought enslaved people with them to Phliadelphia? I assume that many did -- and that as a result enslaved people were also present at formal and informal discussions that took place about about liberty, independence, etc. I would like to include this in lectures for my American Revolution class, but can't find any sources.
Tangentially, I also wonder then if this should reshape how the story is told at Carpenter's Hall and other sites of public memory.
Thanks for your help.
Ami Pflugrad-Jackisch, University of Toledo