Slave Dwelling Project at Belle Grove - Shared screen with speaker view
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thank you for this event, excellent!
There’s my friend! I like the grey streak.
in time of need I would give my love time and wisdom
a support system
Since we all descend from the same individuals, we are all family.
in time of plenty I would share and teach members to share
Family is love.
having grown up in the segregated south, family unity means everything to me
Erica H of Cincinnati
I think you're off by a slide
It took more than 10 years for Sancho Nixon, formerly enslaved man of George Nixon in Loudoun county, to manumit his children. It appears that he bought and freed his wife first, and then his children.
it says Y he can
If you have questions for Shannon, please just put them in the chat!
Some of these documents have been posted on our website at www.bellegrove.org/about/enslaved
However we have more to confirm so watch for updates!
Thank you, Shannon!!
Great presentation Shannon!
Great job Shannon.
Have you been able to get in touch with any descendents?
Thanks Shannon. I had read portions of Emanuel’s story for “Judah."
Very interesting, Shannon. Can't wait for the next episodes. Thank you so much!
Thank you for this wonderful program!! Looking forward to visiting the plantation someday.
Do have any idea how he had that kind of money to purchase his family?
Yay! Can't wait to hear new info about them!
he was an undertaker making good money!
Thank you Kristin for your leadership and today's presentations!
This was very interesting. I appreciate the opportunity to attend.
The black undertaker COMMUNITY was very strong in Pittsburgh.
That was my original college major.
I was fortunate to locate my 3x great grandfather through the Freedmans bureau.
this brings me joy to know this story.
Where was the closest Freedmans Bureau to Frederick county?