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Send Me Some of the Childrens Hair
Because She Was My Cousin
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Adams County adult African Afro-American Afro-American slaves Alabama American Slave aunt Beaufort beliefs and behavior black households black women brother Cedar Vale Charles child Civil Cohoon colored County culture daughter Davis Bend dead emancipation enslavement ex-slaves family of origin Franklin Frazier Freedmen's Bureau Freedmen's Bureau Mss Georgia Helena's Island Henry History Hope slaves households and subfamilies husband immediate families Jackson Ward John Kentucky kin networks labor letter listed Louisiana Lucy male male-absent households marital married Mary Maryland Mississippi Mobile mother Nansemond County Natchez nearly Negro North occupations older owners parents percent percentage plantation slaves planter residents Richmond rural Sarah Sea Island sexual sister slave behavior slave beliefs slave community slave family slave marriages Slavery slaves lived social sold soldiers South Carolina southern blacks Stanley Engerman Stirling slaves surnames tion twenty uncle Union Army urban Virginia Warren County wife William wives woman York City young