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Reward for Esther & Jack

Reward for Esther & Jack

Advertisement submitted by Nicholle Young; Summary written by Cheri Todd Molter In January 1835, Esther and her husband, Jack, ran away from their latest enslaver, Herold Blackmore of Duplin County. Esther was “about 30 years old…and of an Indian complection [sic],...

“be sure and plant enough for I am afraid Starvation will come upon us yet”: Oliver White’s Letter to His Brother, James, Dated March 20, 1863

Submitted by Sandra White Hinton: Letter Transcribed by Sandra White Hinton and Cheri Todd Molter Original Transcription:   Pocotaligo                                                  Pocotaligo So. Ca. March 20th 1863 James White Jr. Dear Bro, I Recd. your...

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