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Title: Slave days in Florida
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Creator: Richardson, Martin D
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Publication Date: 193-?]
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Plantation life -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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the


tho


unateenth


state


( ia


the


mfy


lasn


the
that


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-U

t. ltaks, P

these lived


theirs

to S


was


reula


sabola


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zz~:1y


naighbo ri


* absut

o other


and


Sraewhoat


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Spani h


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states)


mauler


wfentat

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ares'


was


*Ksfl


still -

at, tle
inatties


tern of


a At-e


their p4uo*tioas


tributes,

Gergie an

't lbtea'


'-. a


Id


"W,


Lanlina


lite


st rinsnt

s. 4th

the enlS


fo*s etf


bnd-a ef


eople


that


liv


there


r heir
ti e


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ben


reason
11 man


believe.


bet @f


joa,


toe


Caien


Melngag n

latlten of


pi dlyinoeajang


state;


there


aoe


definitely


ladi


known


hasV


*e Mrt*4,
*xir60


ing


a tkw


If the


are later.

na state


ber t


orda.


These


slaves,


e enudeR


l aTie


was


Showing


thea


teo,
e*ng


they
*d.


Aori
I


'swnt


anstrO Ist


s ino


r ef


exeptieon


tho


arod f


l! Q




SLSA~


JAYS XI


m1A


between




little

huge p


*stfdil7


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-0e1


the
---


s tber h

ti.a in

latatie


tow


tran


been


ewooaing


*, with




or of


Camli


the


ould


Oae a


eng


eo rga


a ave T state


eaIs


leot


lt -4t.


hundtretns


bere e


aisVes,


lend-hAu


Its


pushe


enter r


'oea


189; oe-
rtt **ded


the


ooant


U.S.


a ain


eazty


app ro ch


h riou tura


n thoe


nineteoLua


sodle


herald


state.


appeared on


ao un


1625 aphanltat

tiong along th


t.u'x.,


.gu tine


asgley


Joha's


aud


saw


severTl


establi seh4


lear


its


jh's


river

Sthpr,.
ee o,,n


tr.


g at.-


wOile


UsOt

that


maber of

at times


*a 1 Tese


iat
tat.


kr hwa
thehu


ath;
it


beliTev


Jefftre


4.


Sant theur


seotnteas o


th.


-ottoB-sa tat


belt


(ther


wn.


t oonties


tha)


ha4


their


lar p1


tations;




SA
florida


*ethers wre


o*atMW at


thereo


so-i


- w


a hilft


ega.


terr


ant


first


saveo


han ihe


math.


UW


a pa@'t 'ther


arriTed


atar


their
I. land


Ae ri


8ptai


osntuy


*ho di ng

anrion b


an a large


4pallaSU


ectionb


p1 antations


Sing farther we


tho


tended.


thrs


efam;


had


*


reahed


. 'nally


I





bjVa3 DAYST


Ms


oAI ICATIOS8 O3


SLATS


With t


* aptieona,


the


t4ieTs Of


Ae rid fell


tat.


enrstituted


or ast fi at i as

the east jority,
1


the

ad.


fte

the


a ~en,.


'iase


sLaoe


the


few


luat


a and


ea-


tended


the


Irouad.


and


homes Ot


their a


*r.l


ook ed,


p rTided


the


Otnde


eseaities of


lit


for


the


and oeooaena117


acted


aln TOiIg


A few


w ikers


were mecha oes,


otLer t6f*lds


blado


The.e,*


ths,


however,


oarpentert,


Vo.


nube rs only


ou oh


area


as d aa eItaille,.


ennoola


and


other


lurge


setti


ate;


thle


raising ofi


ot to


tobaooo


andt


the


ood


plants


eOCagMS


r-t.


*ther


soet ias,


bth


n andt


ko4


the


tielda.


Their rot


egan


with


rising of


th


6-U.


a


nia


be non


platatoe a t
g tha e the


marnt0.


raged rna


a toe


he


ode


homs'


4de's labe


oomati u


ates


Wlvrho Ta'


aoundaM


thie


a abort

on per


hour or men.


orbql


*d that

L a '


Another bo s o r


bell


umafly


infoe


the


that he


migt


Iabt


d4p


his be


or plOw.


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L313 DAYS


iwN


CflT


Ialel


ea absut


uaer


Seh


er slaves


the


ith

it


stat


rminga


snat h up

pared the

fied1" o r

geeeTous


was

sibi


arn

e t

Stb


a snadwA


niter

after


be

si


brTkifas


the


on ot


eaten


hasrte;


length


CDI


tl ,


that


the


asvers


at.


pl atationB,


eaten


dittred


t wren


had


or ohuni


ore.


It time.

P.A !*


and


there .


aunch


too o


tia


ers lunehtiue


;hi cih


ket


.aBMs


ta.


greatly *


sigal


and


bnad


- I


have


aditte


tef-


was


run';

tbey b


the


Others

on oome

t an the


meant


ela~e


way


were


moutads


that


tad pe-


the


given


plctatationa


greatest


a rest


oould


y'es


period


eat


quickly
tunoing


Oould


also


hit la


ret


for


mome


little


time


befo re


re.


a

only

bina,

tb h


appert, a
orntant


with


asTv.


whatever f

Zt was


pl antations,


thi


was


was


alwqsr


ght


hie wife


the

eaten


slave


his


fo rtunate


sw


Sea


tor her oau


the


BsB,


"Lea,


finished
ohS Era


ahoaen


itfi

it..


a fl ** .. at ~ aa a.4s aJ a a


as-


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ILAV.


DAT4


aosCRA


ese


vegetable.


Ye.


Satnd
ass'


At


ee


*e auiens;


* ptatees or


a or


r eas


meat
pet


or VTget


eut


uld
.)>I,


ibo, 14.


might


the


with


whatever


availa le,


sltves


the


oserq et


a large


itro


ly V o


selred.


top


parts


large


an


nt on ti


.Potatoe

leaVefa


oorn-shuo )


an.


they us


hitz e


her.

One


and kn

that

UK* r


g Apwing

prolific


I


did



the


n-brel

tain *
1 *TtL3




f th

ad Toe

iaes g


d it


pider'

tulch


would have

* a large p

cols deiht


availsole,.


tannion


sted

ien


for


polan


in live


the


beth


the

woom


Might b

It e


IJ oo1


Vegetable
Stipoo ro


been



be


ith


a Omfte


heed.


4 in


ometlesn

Gsrn.


it.


and

that


platatenion


reditly


en.o


oo4s of


g~ro


-east


his

foan


ne riaa.


the


gane
in -m


Cm


green


beve~yg


the


tOr


then werae

attention ."

d frequently


t-


l aee


elaoVewnersn sAitt hare


SqtJA --Ji- A- 5


had lUtfe
at a m d





-s Wefl


'b e4d'


__


1


L L





LASV


DAYS


Pile e4 L


tatle


oear *f


tense


tit1ouay


a f


brt


minutes 1


onalm


eggs


wen.


Then


turn


the


thor


Sdi


frqeny tl


tld


.1*-.


sad


that


a-un d


ul4d


tnatil


oaea


reaadd


hens
h0B4


info r


had


tm.


*to

p.


in-


the


with


this

hiddia


the


the


aolean a:


uld


oe td


olave


that


his


egg


aM rea l


eaten.


o take,


when


not


in-


oluded


the


re ar fare


oaould


sto le


and


oooYed


this manner.


e2l#e utilized


several


substitutes


for ote 0.


browat


mnd
and


obtnaied.

Ye?. -


a wa a.



bo arr,

uean 1a
usod.'


anor



okrm

aDe j


orn meal,


con or


seeds


parched


oon


aad


even


until

co old


dart

at b


parked


plantations.


up'
Ia


eopia


SOeeOUl


would


bri


desefl


as n addition


the


TSoe'S


this


woult d


'petate


b n


was


met


Optaktees


iaod


ant b


Ie''


amd


pntil


with


besn.


Magma


a.


Sn.


*1, Aa a As


- a dLt~ - S -a


tuxte


a**


TEe


eoooti


~LI


Y


r





JLLAV3 DAYS


RMDA


The


*eena


a c.


doeMpa


eO-


tirly


the


ae hidl

slave di'


actri


was


ea aoeeptet noeisty


plantatioas pr vfetea


at le


*ase


s AqB


panree rd

uansed pa


and

out


ret of


aster's u se.


MeAl


wetll-flled


ver7


sdleo.


*o hogs or


quent


tter


and


stoh onums.


then e*y


s kill&A


for


di ueppoarane m of


CaeeB.


O there


the


ale or


hogs


wer


ta


"ott


however.


tSAT


em a


A PP.?ITY


the

the


e


OaeO

and


Cne corro~s

e Gre ~t n rtE

expense ad t

slave beoauae


SIZn many oaa

Ifeat would ha

plant tio n*o

& XaTe mand t

there boil do


2er wo

ruble




a it w

e been


ars


rry


ofte


ivran


both master


mater


necessary


frequently


'u o btaine4


eost


er near 'ontoelle


forty milea


a woek'rs


supply.


and


beams


8eOaun


went without


tmm k iled


pu roai ng


used

the

Tihe


and


it.


Aswwr;


that


a te


C


pflo ous t


said


Lave


been


alowr


and laborious .


The


slaves


ad other


aqst


seo obtain


em.
Ila


plantationu


would


e the


floor of


fMske


-4 B


a -


fl a -


a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .--A al a -


.aArad a---.


aue


->6L ;


,I


~LI


J





alAV3 DATiy


L OR


at


g*ls iues'


eontaui r

At


burned


be

the


soaked

water


a pot.


aind


Slant:


ad'


feT


certain


itu


a14


the


wouldd db


the


the whole


Tbhe


out

its


'In
MS p


stshri P1


cool,


suply?


o ap


'*talew v.


dpt 1

adept


a manner


ilht


for


it plasoiA


that


pl antat e n I


dles;


the


a o?
I
Ier


cablns a


* *-taree


oat r


ktl


eabin


srp et

Inste

alice


was *Tr:

grase tn


earefully


the


ept


iUtt ego


iteral s sk


3* placed


-_ _


a rowed
allowed


auold be


!4 gatle


into


for


ted


or oypress nood


a Tat


severt


seep


d


played

a).e


or tuio.


de,s.


off

the


several


would


be


waler


after tuah


sdres


accumal ate


"auld


squares;

coming


and


patstation.


bring


iditoble


only


the


and into

d cgreaN


hours.


pound


plan tat ion


days.


pound


into


the hardening


oandle


o IlL


u ds,


SaTe


taller


pvnl


wnr


cun


result.


the later ef house


illuminated


in


far


duty


their


fi repl ooes.


swain Whe leather


and


I


mixt, w'y


haM


Pt


&h i


*





iAYV .


XAYB


'~
IA 3


SlDA


elattma


a eerf


a *t


plea ina


it.


solution


and


the


hides would be


tak


eut


tnd


arltd,


later


taashined


Into


r* O


0***8


other


artilles.


ALL


DV TO G3Ha


14atre 4


and maid


during


1AoridA' B


Gla ve


per-


e daaa


a ica Io


ga y


OOAo ra ng


zor


unear


ouo ti;i g.


u lM


was made


o0 rCOr0


ple.ntAt to nu,


the


women


with


help


tosq l


cil dren


.-voting


work


ril.ds.


whAit


ber of


gave

*tb


"*y s *


a desirable


wrl


plants


and


gave


yelled


cotton


material


wl an.t


ided blue

ed. tuk

wdait an

r and other


coUli


round


c lo ring;


bat


dyed


the


the


provided


i iner41oable


r


S


vester part


'poke-ber '


taryinag


danr


shades


browa.


Othwr


sahdeso


gave

year,

ford


eoute ]
woznef


this 8 hod


the


t nquent


elate

tri ps


tatlons ,


co tton


Sacoloring was


a '


change f


owners


nt onee


effective


dusos


custenarily


or twi o

ly uNed


for


at-
*

I


hnr ia-


oting';


dre


slaves


wnas


not


grne rally


colorful;


d


Jtb


Wde


inui


Do te,


rhore


/


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4AV4 DAtYS


P9iiiJ3lA


wiSd


hating


Mop


'tea


full


ta ct t

ard- of


he


Gleth i


wateh

a ift'


they


dseerbe-


am'


TaveD petty eaats


GOOD xW w S


AD BAD


The


slave


At know


about


tat


his


food


rould


on any plantation


c rking


su rrouIea


pect from

Special p

t al ee; oe

dances,

fo ridden



t ending a


she


hi


ooad

n'flu


rivilorg4

n others


riuit


Q


hla.

hurch


ant


step


There


tatioans


bman

*ldr


mad


t]


however.


and other


aigt


tiofns.


tie


:iaoter.


of mtny


tney


were


at


reasonably


oneO


point


certain of


always


re Rin


iALd of


On a

kt'dts


pme


pl antations


Siren


pezmitt


aone


ed frequent


on o thers


tte ad evae

one ulate


9


n


was


the

voai1~n


u unal
urn I
saw


threatened


fling *vr


hate


in

tes


been


4o rida,


where


1ie


the


Joha's,.


the-


led

wan
.3"T


the


meetings,


they Wol


church moetingas


her f

With


on killed


death


for


heTrsl


at

at-

f it


incident.


fevr


than


really


'hafd'


in oleil sippa.


institution


Sanders a


uld eoar


ft

a'


oully


plasB


Ala


*17


avoid se-


mut.


t at sunt


gir-e ri ny: *


t




eatVE


beat


DAYS IN i

the slaves
D~Olo~*


eioittod


RIMA


Soether


felt


ayve.


1 lgarsns


selves


County


itng


one


asarte


ulaYsas


no*ull

these

instant


'9 tuo


read


oter


extra aYmne


having


1eTs


bee


near


apply


deauters


write


thtir


kA there


Ati tilitng monai


ttfd


Oeabias,


foods tuff95


spent

with


&undq


full


peaissieUa


their


County,

which c


father.


often


foul


Txcmas


rivalries


a .lave o


oldom,


between


bigger


.'foron


Meles


party.


i.iat


uen Ie


rheOt


ki nder lautere nayS


have


been


knor~


several


vr y


itatantoe


She


e*ident


iastaaoes of


order


pDernbI


oure


occurred /on


the


the.


Cone


fnct


, who VY

freedom


tlat


luntarily


pth ers.


plantation


theno


intend

One

lumbia


an


*at
rugna


another was


Augustine.


r three


the


years


MAaustine


the


Snstano


vicinity


the


oO.
umbia


had


County


w rk


C o


a tr e


Omnneet et


sla.e;

*egar


Cl-e


trarV.


Aeorid


FerhperAie of


eel of

iao e
mU


euralty. ,


ino rdAr


eater di lat


frA


the


am


aw.


ted


four year he


had hia


fo rtnate,


inan


*r;

atf


pleat


saerl


eon

teste


a Taave


r/tc J


and


se







hr mae


MRD


tie


4b here


mve


the
l br


r*.
orn

"I


had va lu.


le*'


eOl


OUl.0


fll


neettua.


niet


bmw


paid strneer


ten.

Others


a sife


her


lA th er


.L -a


m-r;O
;iTe .


retaliation.


OR .


an @TOreSrse


ate,


sversnr on her


again


ter's


* tiring of


has4 his


a wman,


plantation


killed

when he


the bati


iths


the


Shaded her


toO

her

dent


sent


far,
ae he


her


then
SW


states


ster


ihe


tha


a eabin


herr punish

r herself


S
HUB
--^^^^^


*n the


and


*d him


tells or


o to


pl atitton,


to


dim


puni


ijfi*

tty

*kep


r hart

At hoee


Mhat


ed nly


fto


de

ia


whatever wS


1


tho


tutar,.


ysur


sad


stuem
8 008c


slf'.


ring his


oeatenari a


brthdq


sad ti l o:


a Pmp of


tf r
the


aisas-


about


the


slave


She


cabins
*M


and return

m.. woIn en


St had


tOppe


easdy


i tn


'pate lleo


thit

' at


the


th ir


round


aUln.


their


a


htt


4e oLtfr


r U


1





aAvR DATS



patnls. :
~LmaPU

r:da


RIM


Ma'


this


nM&t


sfusaeon


the

a11


fta


the


of

a


the

esT.


thsiri


at en.


bosraibing


Wone
won


t


states


get


ft~o eVer


I w

he


as a


part e


nU-


the


a the


e oe

he


weods*


can


Neprt am.


**ot


ip nation ona

ounde (the


elavs


boen


eso@p0s


tiet


oae


'o v


his to.


**eT


whoeye


U oo bua,


hi dden


anu


,a e0ne,k


oa th
*a


had
I-


the


bs-


dies eo

flnettia


the

: t


the


tao.


atentre


the


B oar


ter


at


'ter b

rpMe.


the


deat


wily


l aves


aire


fter i


the


pates


ed n


this

te


eo; qj he
*3 *M h
wV.as


pualsh


ogs


atrt,


their


Sthe


mad eve'


Msl


e ore e


a nt


One


thie


a Wy.


xniag teluutafly


ea his pl antata o


sthe


dtitul


a**1


ef his


we of


Loni


their ftedea)


aigma


they


SoAe of


the


oat


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II


I


n




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IomRM


I4


oRe


nri .


m et


ome n4


1a7To


seoh*


a.


early


of the vre
Joh's ed nto
*seoe4 into


y4 tt


rao leo


toabr it


oount ry


tr.


9JTOe9


.oooupid leitiny


Indians


booidhaunds
S ooaioa


*Oeult


ever fir
C


free


did Iat


fadt


egaro


oolad


legmeo


t in



t ***


tfeun


t)a


Peauli ary


a slle


ture on


th

that


** nfl


a soetena,


woer


14.6r


eagia*ndo


white


peol e


.men


either


ablitle


or bAiring


3aVeT


for puPas


aVOrT


te
gad

Pie


and


Za La*n


the


sires


MdSl


a uCou


tatalns,


the libonti


iqg t

S ty,.


h.


a-r the


. itsni ot
* t elaty


ties.


vrt


and


-bull p; at s
they micstdt


gain tn


airrmunding


"p


a-<


eo g


teP


un.l s


th


frla


Ka jtf eran


aad Latean


utd


rp


at.


.ad etun


itin


slee


truad


S~~~~ a a aa--


traffic


&1


who


hle


1


1


a


r







the


no
at.


the


S*t


tbh


flat


ths I


hi sative

was ofe


eonvi


fltutioa


*4 det


th.


the ther


the


state.


aad


estab 8ihet a l.* e pi


athin


three I
nation


lies S..
deLek 8o~


that


aiuattlnoe


srleav


uld


Tlk.
Oe
O*ea


feoa


the


tateon ot


en


s ann.,


anm


sided in


ag (


the *ther aS


r ot


ttr


Onia


t a.


The old


tattio A i


now


sit.


a large


Negr,


with
relative
Jl qir


the r


IA bS


laQndlines *r


eeg. Sr


and
.3rt4


the


aber of


e ndil


the


*the nra


the


tor it


*tll u


the


thferTo r


iag


the


or board


the


nLea tb
L
* t*d,
*)is r,


**0


stat.
aot U

a *e


and


oaor


about 166-40;


flMtL


fer


wae
was


t4


after that


le aattuas


-a-ar


doubled


ai o


lie


stoek',


abnt


in
See "


the

pe


he.


iag


(a pont


atvo


prt t
a ie


hbtter soud


a lead


btl


vwalst


el-e


and


Dno ot


t)h


a *late.,


grat *f.


and attn

* nrt~ts.


h sn


I


^vH




-'


a wf


RIM rb

a. rate .


that


TveA


uod
and


gd0 e9


in for
and Ni

bou d.


hew


ide S of


iset ed
it.


seetiha


and


that


tan


u Mortuaate t


Uitd


ad


SOeatuQ 3y


would driTe


with


an811


operated
hounds.


a ft


"ie


the


faa


vl 1


teso.


knswn peraons ef


sMister


iplaeo,


lives


with


t^at


JluOsd


the


the


and itferl


aid of


XaTves 'wfe


ui ng.


8reehte


a maber of


sold


Al*.


baoa.


21B PfATlORZL


T a


*r1S,


libeArti


that


e

mao ot


tek,


aon


aalny


Srae-ri d


t'eir dti


0w.1


rntwn


rtlmal ary


Lv
t


saves

during


their


p ried


staro;

hno


the, n O


the


bat


a.


the


aW.


aate


their pl


erllera
aeon tea


antatsne

hot the

' wU adrn
td.o ad


fear that


the


the


fact


niater


1*,

tiat


thing of


'. heAd


hr the


at3e


a be


ting


the


Salve


before et


hisa


teal er'


hisa


for the*e


heo fact


ratuSM tit4






S3 8V


Mt*


130



iat

i th


hoodi


the


pati


idea


stah and


beat


a


enJeyi


toer


tn s.


they


rqi


Seats


had


These


natural



1r d en
tug.f


plaatatean


light

mated


ioatedly.

fourteen


i


Uhda


St e ou d

with the

It wa 1

childG n




h nster e


atta


oertai4n anut

ative prfit in





I aves a r I

in oona oanes an

theirss *-** n 4

loa that scores

o wrve as 'bne


had a uan

they did

Sthe hau


et posia

t nsmaJ

ring h/r




eveant ~
fr-bar
1 tewJlnX


a wh


iLte


Job:


little


&N-.


the


haeT
, iVO


:Ia of


active


nm


unaI


, wo n


ower


sat*


d4


fMo


eitrabe


etl a:

'lbt, a


eth


aa t


Ua


- -' a -


etMd


* The


paxye *t


<


l u g


IY


i


..


i


Y


IIJ





N.


tauL


fit'a


was the amulqe a

the 'ackler' was to


aad frqaien T


tne.


ass


platatioas.


the


and


babies of


plyr


-The

Sxne.


wiat


r ta *


bradst foaA


* the mothers


netur ed


the


fields.


tesc rib


tao


to t ers of


nOW


babies


girang this


*Of


O'maUClr '


while


the


babi s


wff less


than


*ol;


~ne


not


l er


the


ftiel fto


eOima1


until


hours


bifes


their


labe


mt$


ttf,.


wu n


the :
seat


tes


aateatias in t

-ad, the sren


a oausprti


stat.


their


eaAdei.


t *nly Per

r. ares.


the


tatenio,


ae


they aiht
ma their


gi ve


bth legal


rhan oae


*and


ralii oua


ty lietd 1


the


p anatti n


the


r might


evs interede


tfor


the lr


On


the

CXd


* thtr


arty.


plantations,


though,


the


nurri


took


Safter us


Ihure


i one *


the


the


the


ebit


presence


Sat


ate


a t0


a t *a


the fln


-- --, A aJa. i 4


eI


mSL


Jb d


le a


oth"


I4





Ars3 DAwS 1


s*le


part


na

rA

the


e n


.tiritie g


s had

f the


tndA


iaTe.


t ot


Ari da platatio


Then


ware


did adt


t their


slarv


istean


serft ee


*tbher


white


ohuroes,.


ol.ed


t in' *ouN '


ae


ne3i*o


b ring planbLtion,


The


novice

so ^


r


h


eaeons f

aepi g a
St. gn0.


*'sve yur


*eten

yure


it would

liTed if


, a

whe

be

he


*onts.


At

slIes


'0ce


These


the

part

Part


parts


soettaecs


amea


&Tv


cities


eXtvi o


often


of
of

I a


thE

the

2 ?


a speoI


after


a


this


The


raly


tart t


you


appear


preah.er,


based


doa't


iad


IA *.


quite other

failed to obe


The


y


their


stea*; b
the Kin

naturl


type .g
these


the white


flowed

churtoh
church


a t.


0omI


I


hare

btbt


been


it


text


und


S *bdei*t,


L the


C-


e**t


lra ey


infetsne


kcin


pnroteund


ohu he

I. th. I


*epoeoal y


were


.ad


a while


was


th


that


*lXea


religious pres,


a* t whhi
tfef VOul


renre v


es in


o Ietjbs in


a mud


gular


the


the

st$


onth

bat.


a saOlow.


renahd f the


ereiee.


or o i*.


.ti


eonet




aj0


lATS


lagy


Sn


r oarten'a'. o


itehtf


fle


the'


neartv


eand


str(


*th-er 3reet o


tioanLd


the


Ther


ianl


trall1


tcTer


liag uansonoou,


After


th ethe a


e little i


L Aate,


ern'


and


the


aail sble,


a.d


a g-oat


* of


the


*mineily


x-it

Coad


't sil


lie.

'ml'


ste,.


uldt


*t't


the


flarTes


mdia


or afforete,.


*Tei


osatime


thene


their


t.


sa *e


the witamesi

Sotf a tm

la their tS


toh


'fan1l


sntaagn


ag-ot.'

mand Sht*


Lag.


orw


tri


Isle


the


the


Woid


water


p laath a
of the ber


emid tel-
tifli earns


di dato.


o ofS


Mtebeol


lasse


the pl
s for


tatna pn


r sIrs;


kinAy yua


the


tted


these

*ters


furlar


won0


ag


sW


Made


ar #*


tba. o C


atteduaeao


fwUtkidfy


. houste-rOes


0 *adaq


'after ~


"**


hMR


tin's


ooe14


rI'.


try;


the


oVew


fV osld haveT


the


preaaher


In'


even 'olk


-thbxou


ad M





awIl lUOa


Ma


nhe a

enter the


belle


Iad


troom

i ian
*fe an


onsatat 0

alaes'

caving ,i'

d ouue f


aupe*raturul


ITXO


t rt or the plA attli

bought on the henatt

elab rae ouelt4q el th

r various ailments. I


e*plaations


TfO


r dia


>Sir nO


ts


ato
t sta


Sep.,


1nay


their undi putMd


lffi-


o0ey,


even


of the mo e

au, i t.!ktU
rand liht
maret on


odl

*13e.


t


c


o4 tei

their f


* ouldao't

sprialetd

they won


+.


a t


ly h1d


wa

era


the


n.tl,ra1l


in satioa o


uan @2


that


t vwhe

k the


thqy

pell


Urel

and


Oae


g'rtqfel dasrt


aBb

we


uid
and


ea oh


giuad k


Uncle J


o.tt.


settinq


ool4-


the we d.


the


beli s


etUldi


the wind


with


M .


and it


wXvs


blOene


Obri


hogs tsuld


esoh


the


tank


'tal n


The


riad


teata


4 a *at


unld4 i eo*e


--


bee


the


vto


*for


4 4tidently


the


- -w -


.-.-


the


slug et


talks tiuneay .


asund


s ehi4 htrlng


4ea2


rerr


tatlea it


the

clttrt


en


F'


v -- v


m


I


I w





sajA I


it


teeth

L~e o


and

sed


as *.th@


a ilnt t


an


ta lin

4 t he


deepinugs


adiotne.


ip eoao


pr Lnt


was


Ar


eat
a3
''a


a. gnat


f vortte


wa


natd of


sfomaoh or


reAi rator


trnt .


.AN arMtS S


Sat r t7


ruelone


that


might


held


'-nta.tion


life


in1


Cab


not


alwa r


'aU


moS


aad


no pl9a".


and


fin
tire2


eatie

ad"


CaVes


I


oelebrtr


the


age


Festt


a ie


1 biggere


definite oocaaions


a on


st .of

' of


that


'visits


'been


pafty;


the


for rarr


plantations;


indjivi male


were


a4e of


to

thore


ether plantations


r MAl


*ecosot nally


the


vbs


U*!


for


* ethes

'fairs. at


sted,.


masters


his


lt


'thir


oert


times.


Ghri tam a


was


oAgjiut


Be' tieoe o UccWu*o4


witho


plantutiono


food


would


tpent .


p rti o


eat


and


otter


( rirs


moodiee t


the mater's


&a


nu r pue


ste


ths


as


*x->a4


ted


oten


enti.
aa
omit


eve hdaing be


1hee-


oveflo


Cristna preat e.


hr the


*oUld give


ertra


I I i







XeWTe

a hokldq,


p he

Re~ 8


are


t be


r' ad

And


highly-prizd Sea


losing



was c

. tLGreN


to

the

0an


1


plan


cal


aooura


ther gift


all tnent.


dianst


fwla


Sar


extra eeoo

The night ,

en up with


eI
S.


the 1f4 e a


f a


SYea:


viaitin


omrs


Ilka


.ebrat ion


ions


tsa.J o*,


gain.


that


Djne


ieon

ely


1nfaluenoe


U. rrsoaad


Lai nole

d these


ott~na


or


sa ,ted.


oeoio eona


laita*.


on a large


uoeal,


wero


made

auld


I cul


a8es


Iases


tim to time;

baJos of the


-al

if

sla


adjoi ing glt

brigiapneut
]ptatees aad

hey were to h


e eLan


and


atatio n .


Sother foods


aTe o. ms on


imaging,


Theie


saved trm

the ioinpn


the


aster


cou rt xl


Visitors.


sragtuag


the younger


. e d4ie aae

icjgg synod01~3


lAte


or


i te


Coenrti


r ung


ath fire
the a:


enS


hnbbds*


abt enre ioat


tflat


Shtl


aW


artg


WrWI
Z6lnd


'bings


a ikom


a rmIe


end r

for


.e Gretn

smainole


ed Veqr
etat &r
s; nuast

Maffiru.


tgea
f- -J~C


hbo aS


ho Tter.


Iv sts


carefully


even


the hate tuald ulst

*an .pRrtit Ostla f


oOu9 p


and wives


singi a,


tor


I






sAi aWBs iN


A T

slaTes on


UsVr
loing


wor0


artso s t

the lor


lib


Dae


ida


nring 1685


plantations.


wpon


free


rt


In of


a IMcikati a


easation f


tee

at

l t


the lar,


f'te r


their


early


related


onp.


his


were


havrested.


kh


long s waited


u di'erent


emanoipatoan.


expert


emO


CJmeI


and

that


.ith


reading

thw c


z loud


thae


shooting of


long


u ns.


Soldiers


and efiicit-mnUing g


uade rt sed,


*eve


with


a-o lmat ton

blmafls


kgRO


e ldlers


wing


their platations


help nl


then


oelebrate.


To
nlg fro


ethers


Olne


mauablpation


neO tho.r


then


was


a pr


a Mng wit


4.d

for


wio S-e


a.


that


the


ey o

expe


slip


waters


ten


the


*still


hay


*1ss.


Am

tatiens.

eountieo

where f

rangeCen


in other


states.


Arhw r

lsbu's*,


the


Swtih

With d


e~ea sd


Jeffeman


taS4 en


1b tend
fl to r under


esnndqtu orf


leave

and


tbe


their p


0oe thy


tattea


a shauoeeppig'


their old


eto.3


at-


Othe y


eob


44U


eca vOe


1
oal 't


***





ALYS


tertd,

than.


Chaotic
est e



Tr



ir d rea


live


r flrO

raw


t.


Confuetioa

int pollt:

condition

o sottl ed


aduafly, bh



of 2Iori a
or
a tar a rf


Latal

op, refli

for tre


n t3


hkir


paiTlded tr huandPds of


emit .ed; 2

ion and otiaer

new freedman.


should re


we erO maJo



OCat Gtion


for


these


esut i

filMae

Zooomal


ite


brought

0 helpo


a time.


te rftaings


nedrata at the eno-U


and*


the k


aad


in ether


pngems


stat

this


state.


,

i


a f MMU#




AT! ra3


tindias of


Odel)l'


Sritera'


flcJaGt.


sJa.,


1937 .


SIddingo,


a R.


The


31d6s osi


lo ri 4;,


1855,


b hb e,


. .,


Thea.e,


near Tall


onu l


* *d fkCw 9f


a, t:Wck nvi


ni n


Jadokme,

ounvvlUe,


.weoe


r ,

zme


4ia66s


aLjTe of

, a.*


Jjnsses


Old


CMorpbelA,


' ^n


Aeusuines


~4A.


former

on, ^I *

a

on Co



11er. bh


J.ar 3rd


'.uters


S11ege,


me


Ci43is a


16CO


CQL Thonj


Myrt le



LO 2114


Jaa e-



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Je ff sron G

nart IyCurgua


unty;

611


Aonorief


AAley


Rd..


J a a sonr lle.

Jacrsonv iie.


lo aer


slave on


"one


Plantation.


G1.


uab ia


Cs.,


17 04


Johnuon


at..
A


JaokCnYville.
I


Rmda AoCorq,


mer


ulave t


on plant nation


adding


ell.


Nadla on


C.,


Jla.-;


i rst


and


;adi sn l.


Soa.


1Q.


His a


( Bletl


ftom)


lofrida


Nsrma


CoAeg e,


19;


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Jo m art


!nl-


U9*> 8 s


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