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Undated manuscript written by Annie C. Courtenay describing life on Oxmoor plantation, as well as the lives of Louisiana Taylor and Lucinda, two women enslaved by Mildred Ann Bullitt.

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An undated manuscript written by Annie C. Courtenay, describing life at Oxmoor plantation. Courtenay describes how Mildred Ann Bullitt, Louisiana Taylor, and Lucinda would sew and knit all the clothes worn by the people enslaved by the Bullitt…

Advertisement for Annie and Lucinda, two runaway enslaved women, June 18th, 1830.

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An advertisement for Annie and Lucinda after they ran away from their enslaver, William Christian Bullitt, dated June 18th, 1830. Annie is mentioned as the daughter of Aki, who was also enslaved by Bullitt, and the wife of Edmund, who was enslaved by…

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.

Articles of Agreement hiring people enslaved by Alexander Scott Bullitt, September 1st, 1807.

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Articles of agreement between Alexander Scott Bullitt and John Tarascon, hiring out seven people Alexander Scott Bullitt enslaves, including: James, Charles, Harry, Daniel, Stephen, Jerry, and Lucinda (wife of Daniel). The agreement, dated September…

Deed of Trust between John Fry and Joshua Fry, November 5, 1811, and bill of sale for Moses, April 18th, 1811.

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A deed of trust between John Fry and his father Joshua Fry, dated November 5th, 1811. In this deed, the people enslaved by the Fry family are listed by name and gender.
(Men:) Billy, Harry, Banthett, Bob, Peter, Davy, Lut, Hercules (Women:) Sally,…

Letter to Thomas Walker Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt discussing the deaths of enslaved people, November 25th, 1861.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, Thomas Walker Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated November 25th, 1861. Mildred writes that so many enslaved people have died that "the whole place will be depopulated." She mentions…

Letter to Thomas Walker Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning moving the people they enslaved to Cottonwood, October 22nd, 1861.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, Thomas Walker Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated October 22nd, 1861. Mildred mentions Lucinda, a woman she enslaved, and her failing health. She also writes that the Bullitt family have…

Letter to Thomas Walker Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning the health of Lucinda, a woman she enslaved, October 7th, 1861.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, Thomas Walker Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated October 7th, 1861. Mildred mentions Lucinda, a woman she enslaved, and her illness.

Letter to Thomas Walker Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt concerning the health of the people she enslaved, September 21st, 1861.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, Thomas Walker Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated September 21st, 1861. Mildred mentions the health of Lucinda, a woman enslaved by the Bullitt family, and thinks she will pass soon from…

Letter to Thomas Walker Bullitt from Mildred Ann Bullitt describing the death of Henry Shipp, a man enslaved by the Bullitt family, July 11th, 1859.

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A letter from Mildred Ann Bullitt (Oxmoor) to her son, Thomas Walker Bullitt (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), dated July 11th, 1859. Mildred goes into detail of her experience as an enslaver for the past forty years. Mildred mentions the death of Henry…