Negro head

(Com.) Cavendish tobacco.

See also: Negro

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
He had the Negro head, too; almost no head at all; nothing behind the ears but folds of neck under close-clipped wool.
. I saw white men dressed in white suits waltzing with Negro heads on
Robeson', Chicago Defender, 30 April 1949; 'Negro Heads Here Assail Robeson Talk', Washington Post, 22 April 1949.
"Let us make a ring of negro heads around the city, from Fort Picolet to Point Caracole.
Woodson's Free Negro Heads of Families in the United States in 1830, there were 105 blacks living in the three county area covered by the book (68 in Allegany Co., 12 in Cattaraugus Co., and 25 in Chautauqua Co.).
Some family crests, for example that of the Sondes family of Kent, include 'negro heads' from at least the late fifteenth century.