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The children of slaves at “Uncle Gabriel’s Cabin,” 1860 Once “freed”, many of the former slaves and their children had no where to go and continued living on the property of their former slave masters.— at South Carolina.

Rhoda Ray was born a slave about 1824;  She was referred to as “Aunt Rhoda” During the Battle of Wilson’s Creek, on August 10, 1861, Rhoda and her children initially sought shelter in the cellar of the Ray house, then helped treat the wounded after the house was occupied as a Southern field hospital. Rhoda was freed in 1865

Rhoda Ray, born slave referred 2 as- “Aunt Rhoda”. During th Battle f Wilson’s Creek, Rhoda & hr children sought shelter in Ray house, then helped treat th wounded after th house was occupied as a Southern field hospital. She was freed in 1865

, Absolutely One Of The Most Powerful Civil War Images  -  Federal Soldier with apparently His his young servant who is no more then 8-10 yrs old.

Pinner: Photography:CDVs, Absolutely One Of The Most Moving Civil War Images - Symbolic Carte-De-Visite Of A Federal Soldier with His young Cause of Abolition.

Deplorable conditions for Pre- Civil War life for slaves... Nottoway Plantation & slave cabin

Deplorable conditions for Pre- Civil War life for slaves. Nottoway Plantation & slave cabin - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Slave Quarters, "The Oaks Plantation," Colbert County, Alabama. The original log cabin is said to have been built in the 1700's by Native Americans and is located nine miles south east of Tuscumbia, near Spring Valley. (Alex Bush photographer)   March 28, 1935.

Slave Quarters, "The Oaks Plantation," Colbert County, Alabama. The original log cabin is said to have been built in the by Native Americans and is located nine miles south east of Tuscumbia, near Spring Valley.

1860 Slaves on a S.C. Plantation. These look like they may be the Magnolia Plantation

1860 Slaves on a S. These look like they may be the Magnolia Plantation, just outside of Charleston. This is what an average plantation looked like back then and usually there was a slave house where they all slept.

Slave cabin, the birthplace of Booker T. Washington at Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia.

Slave Cabin Birthplace of Booker T. Washington, Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia

Slave cabin, the birthplace of Booker T. Washington at Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia.

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