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27056189 Slave Narratives 02

27056189 Slave Narratives 02

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SLAVE NARRATIVES
VOLUME XVI
TEXAS NARRATIVES

A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves
TYPEWRITTEN RECORDS PREPARED BYTHE FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT1936-1938ASSEMBLED BYTHE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PROJECTWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATIONFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIASPONSORED BY THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

SLAVE NARRATIVES
VOLUME XVI
TEXAS NARRATIVES

A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves
TYPEWRITTEN RECORDS PREPARED BYTHE FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT1936-1938ASSEMBLED BYTHE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PROJECTWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATIONFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIASPONSORED BY THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

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SLAVE NARRATIVES
VOLUME VIIIMARYLAND NARRATIVES
 A Folk History of Slavery in the United StatesFrom Interviews with Former Slaves
TYPEWRITTEN RECORDS PREPARED BYTHE FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT1936-1938ASSEMBLED BYTHE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PROJECTWORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATIONFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIASPONSORED BY THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
WASHINGTON 1941
Prepared bythe Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administrationfor the State of Maryland
INFORMANTS
 
Coles, CharlesDeane, James V.Fayman, Mrs. M.S.Foote, ThomasGassaway, MenellisHammond, CarolineHarris, PageHenson, Annie YoungJackson, Rev. SilasJames, James CalhartJames, Mary Moriah Anne SusannaJohnson, PhillipJones, GeorgeLewis, AliceLewis, PerryMacks, RichardRandall, TomSimms, DennisTaylor, JimWiggins, JamesWilliams, Rezin (Parson)[TR: Interviews were stamped at left side with state name, date, andinterviewer's name. These stamps were often partially cut off. Where monthcould not be determined [--] substituted. Interviewers' names reconstructedfrom other, complete entries.]
 
Maryland[--]-23-37GuthrieAUNT LUCY [HW: BROOKS].References: Interview with Aunt Lucy and her son, Lafayette Brooks.
Aunt Lucy, an ex-slave, lives with her son, Lafayette Brooks, in a shack on theCarroll Inn Springs property at Forest Glen, Montgomery County, Md.To go to her home from Rockville, leave the Court House going east onMontgomery Ave. and follow US Highway No. 240, otherwise known as theRockville Pike, in its southeasterly direction, four and one half miles to the junction with it on the left (east) of the Garrett Park Road. This junction isdirectly opposite the entrance to the Georgetown Preparatory School, which ison the west of this road. Turn left on the Garrett Park Road and follow itthrough that place and crossing Rock Creek go to Kensington. Here cross thetracks of the B.&O. R.R. and parallel them onward to Forest Glen. From therailroad station in this place go onward to Forest Glen. From the railroad stationin this place go onward on the same road to the third lane branching off to theleft. This lane will be identified by the sign "Carroll Springs Inn". Turn lefthere and enter the grounds of the inn. But do not go up in front of the inn itself which is one quarter of a mile from the road. Instead, where the drive swings tothe right to go to the inn, bear to the left and continue downward fifty yardstoward the swimming pool. Lucy's shack is on the left and one hundred feetwest of the pool. It is about eleven miles from Rockville.Lucy is an usual type of Negro and most probably is a descendant of lessremotely removed African ancestors than the average plantation Negroes. Shedoes not appear to be a mixed blood—a good guess would be that she is pure blooded Senegambian. She is tall and very thin, and considering her evidentgreat age, very erect, her head is very broad, overhanging ears, her forehead broad and not so receeding as that of the average. Her eyes are wide apart andare bright and keen. She has no defect in hearing.Following are some questions and her answers:"Lucy, did you belong to the Carrolls before the war?" "Nosah, I didne libaround heah den. Ise born don on de bay".