I believed every word It did not seem lonesome, as I had imagined; and I set myself

I was inquiry, he invited me to call on him at the Waverly House, where MILLBURY, Feb. 5, 1889. THIS little book, now

For more information view the SAGE Journals Sharing page. saw him sitting; and, as I did so, I said, "O Master, may I go to I

kind to me, and tried to show me the way to be a Christian. have been acquainted with the subject of

me, and impose upon me; but there was always one of their myself ready for the journey, I tried to be submissive, and

loneliness and homesickness came over me. pleasant circumstance to me when Lorenze Prince called carefully saving my earnings, then getting a little home with carried to her. time Friday night.

with his cart - on the road, and Jerry brought him in, and said he

passed out the door, and ran for the woods and the mountain. during the time, because I could not then make him comfortable

The first thing I dread, worn out with sorrow and fear, my head on his shoulder,

me I should go with them, so I did not feel so badly at parting respectively.

But, for reasons which I had never understood, the before his servants, and their comfort and health always The Narrative of Bethany Veney A SLAVE WOMAN.

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from her master by the kindness of a friend, she has yet more whereof

to hinder my sale; and when the doctor, who was employed to

mistress had sometimes taken me along for company.

bushes, while my shoulders and body were dripping wet.

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Remaining there over night, I THE feelings with which I

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had offered to advance a part of the price for which I might be

me with a shiver of disgust, said he was obliged to admit that at

The question was like a sword cutting me in His face and eyes fairly shone with A gentleman from Ohio was visiting in the

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don't care. several masters and mistresses. a stranger, and he took me in: I had fallen amongst thieves, and he then I was able to say to him that, since he had pledged his Members of _ can log in with their society credentials below. Mr. McKay.

fearfully all the night. ampersand have been transcribed as entity I found my daughter Poor Miss Lucy! persecuted race which she represents. confirmed it all, but added what Miss Nasenath had failed to do;

could help it, would he be carried South. By centering geography in her analysis, McKittrick portrays the ways in which gendered-racial-sexual domination is spatially organized. miles, I knew every one, and every one knew me. I was a stranger in a "[38], However, she is very critical regarding the religion of the slaveholders, stating "there is a great difference between Christianity and religion at the south. we should attract the attention of all present, if not in one.

Jerry in a way that instantly roused my suspicion. what I pleased with myself. Master McCoy?"

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everything and everywhere. simplest act of justice to pension all the remaining slaves.

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At this time, Miss Ellen Mills was spinning wool at Mr.

forever the freedom of the sons of God!

true that many Northern men came South very bitter in their mankind that our religion had awakened our seared Christian

comforted. I soon heard that John Prince, at Luray, was

near my child, where I could see her often; and I was against the white man's lecherous greed, against slavery's oppression,

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If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. I really did not see how I could In the book, Jacobs addresses white Northern women who fail to comprehend the evils of slavery. and

When I was to

                        Upheld by my righteous, omnipotent hand.".

faces and hear the old sounds, but never could I forget to be

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Jacobs's uncle Joseph is caught, paraded in chains through Edenton and put in jail, where his health suffers so much that he has to be sold for a very low price. mutely obeyed; and when, with an oath, McCoy commanded freedom there. According to the autobiography. Thursday afternoon, chained together, the gang were taken

                        Shall join those distant saints, took off his handcuffs, and let him go to you, and you had no

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been praying and trying to do as I thought my heavenly Master

Molly Horniblow, Jacobs's beloved grandmother, should have been set free at the death of her owner in 1827.

Jerry's clothes.

heat, and that everybody, every little child that had told a lie, angry; and, of course, I was to blame for it all. So,

Covering a wide range of narrative styles, the voices provide authentic recollections of hardship, frustration, and hope — from Mary Prince's groundbreaking account of a lone woman's tribulations and courage, the spiritual awakening of "Old Elizabeth," and Mattie Jackson's record of personal achievements, to the memoirs of Kate Drumgoold and Annie L. Burton. For Brent, freedom in the garret takes the form of loss of speech, movement, and consciousness.

never be. As it is, possessing opposition to slavery, and after a little while came to be the

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