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|Creator:||Foote, Hezekiah William, 1813-1899|
|Title:||Letter, H. W. Foote to Mr. Wells; 3/16/1862|
Letter, H. W. Foote, probably from Noxubee County, Mississippi, to Mr. Wells, sending him a slave girl named Gusty, who has a ''terrible disposition.'' He tells Wells, ''Do not treat her cruelly, but make her know her place.'' He also sends winter clothes and molasses for the slaves. 1862.
Local identification number: 27-FI-E2-2
|Subjects:||African Americans | Slavery | Clothing and dress | Molasses | Wells family | United States, Mississippi, Noxubee County|
|Collection:||Intellectual underpinnings of the American Civil War|
|Institution:||Mississippi State University. Libraries|
|Contributors:||Mississippi State University. Libraries|
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James Scarbrough papers
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