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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Title

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.

Description

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 family. Louisiana Taylor and Lucinda were two women enslaved by Mildred Ann Bullitt. Courtenay also describes the living conditions of the enslaved people at Oxmoor, William Christian Bullitt, and the cholera epidemic.

Creator

Annie C. Courtenay

Source

Manuscript Collection, Bullitt Family Papers, The Filson Historical Society

Publisher

The Filson Historical Society, Special Collections

Date

undated

Contributor

Johansen, Emma

Rights

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Format

Language

en

Type

Text

Identifier

Mss_A_B937c-0383_001

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Citation

Annie C. Courtenay, “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.,” The Filson Historical Society , accessed February 1, 2023, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/4575.