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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 Susan P. Bullitt describing recent weddings between enslaved persons at Oxmoor plantation, January 25th, 1842.

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A letter from Susan Peachy Bullitt (Louisville) to her brother John C. Bullitt (Danville), dated January 25th, 1842. Susan Bullitt mentions the slaves that have gotten married lately on the Oxmoor plantation, including: Beck (now Becky Howard), her…

Excerpts from "Recollections of Oxmoor," September 14th 1906.

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A flyleaf copy of Henry M. Bullitt's recollection of Oxmoor, written in 1906. Six original pages are also in the folder. This document skips from page six to page forty-three, once it gets to Uncle Jack’s obituary. Bullitt writes extensively about…