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  • Tags: African American women in Jacksonville

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The version of the Anna Scott narrative published in Works Progress Administration Federal Writers’ Project,Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, vol. 3, Library of Congress, 1941, pp.…

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This document is the version of the Irene Coates narrative published in Works Progress Administration Federal Writers’ Project, Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, vol. 3, Library of…

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Am incomplete note regarding Portia Thorington's belief in a bad omen. Thorington is mentioned on the first page of a program for the Women's Day activities held at Bethel Baptist Institutional Church in 1957 that is found in the Eartha MM White…

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An incomplete version of page 6 of the Rebecca Fulton Narrative. This document appears to be identical to Incomplete Page 6 of Rebecca Fulton Narrative (1 of 2)

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An incomplete version of page 6 of the Rebecca Fulton Narrative. This document appears to be identical to Incomplete Page 6 of Rebecca Fulton Narrative (2 of 2).

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An incomplete alternate version of page 4 of Irene Coates Narrative (1 of 4).We have cataloged as a separate document (Material Related to "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction") the notes on this page that are written by hand with the paper…

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The beginning of an introduction to an early history of Jacksonville to be based, presumably, on the Irene Coates Interview Notes. This document appears to be identical to "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (1 of 3), with the exception of the…

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The beginning of an introduction to an early history of Jacksonville to be based, presumably, on the Irene Coates Interview Notes. This document appears to be identical to "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (2 of 3), with the exception of the…

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Discussion of poet and musician Pattie Louphelia Busby Green, with beginning of one of her poems. This appears to be an incomplete copy of Pattie Louphelia Busby Green (1 of 5) or Pattie Louphelia Busby Green (2 of 5). Although, like those, this copy…
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