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Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt mentioning Lucinda, a woman enslaved by the Bullitt family, April 3rd, 1851.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, John C. Bullitt (Lynnford), dated April 3rd, 1851. Mildred mentions making Lucinda, a woman she enslaves, paint the porch.

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt mentioning the women she enslaves, April 1st, 1847.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, John C. Bullitt (Clarkesville, Tennessee), dated April 1st, 1847. Mildred mentions some of the women she enslaves, including Charity and Eliza, and their work in the kitchen.

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Martha and Helen Bullitt mentioning the people they enslave, December 16th, 1846.

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Two attached letters from Helen and Martha Bullitt (Oxmoor) to their brother, John C. Bullitt (Clarkesville, Tennessee), dated December 16th and 27th, 1846. They mention multiple people enslaved by the Bullitt family: Daniel, Henry, Tinah, “Mammy”…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt mentioning Betsy, a woman she enslaves, November 13th, 1846.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, John C. Bullitt (Clarkesville, Tennessee), dated November 13th, 1846. Mildred mentions Betsy and her work in the kitchen, and asks John to write a “special message to Cynthia.”

Letter concerning the health of Rachel and Diana, women enslaved by the Bullitt family, January 24th, 1845.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Lexington), dated January 24th, 1845. Mildred mentions Rachel and Diana, two women she enslaves, and their health.

Letter to the Bullitt Children from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning the health of people enslaved by the Bullitt family, April 13th, 1859.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her children (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated April 13th, 1859. Mildred names the following enslaved people and describes their health: Nathan and Wallace.

Appendix to Chapter One of John C. Bullitt's self-written sketch of the Bullitt Estate describing Jack Coleman, a musician enslaved by the Bullitt family, December 13th, 1919.

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In a self-written sketch of his life, John C. Bullitt describes the people his family enslaved at Oxmoor plantation, including their daily lives, their work. John goes into detail about Jack Coleman, referred to as "Uncle Jack." Jack Coleman was a…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning the health of people enslaved by the Bullitt family, November 14th, 1861.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated November 14th, 1861. Mildred describes the illness of Lucinda, an enslaved woman at Oxmoor, and says she will die soon. She also discusses in…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning the health of people enslaved by the Bullitt family, February 4th, 1850.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son John C. Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated February 4th, 1850. Mildred mentions the new overseer, and names Samuel and Sam as having more amicable health in the aftermath of the typhoid…

Letter to John C. Bullitt from Susan P. Bullitt concerning the health of people enslaved by the Bullitt family, January 20th, 1850.

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A letter from Susan P. Bullitt (Oxmoor) to John C. Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated January 20th, 1850. In this letter, Susan writes and later quotes Samuel: "The servants are generally well, not more than three or four sick now. Samuel is…