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    John Goode

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Julia

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Unknown

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Ben

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Eliza

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Unknown

    Diary, 1804, of Mark Alexander concerning the estate of John Goode, of Mecklenburg County, Va., Diary, 1804

    Kept by Mark Alexander while serving as the administrator of the estate of John Goode of Mecklenburg County, Va. Also concerns horse breeding, crops, slave births and a slave escape. Written in The Virginia Almanack for the Year 1804 (Richmond, Printed by John Dixon & John Courtney for Samuel Pleasants, Jun. [1803]).

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    Mr. Rutherford

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Sarah

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Ella

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Mr. Allen

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Mr. Grattan

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Mr. Randolph

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Mr. Barksdale

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Mrs. James

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Willianne

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Bettie

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Martha

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Rosina

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Margaret

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Lucy

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Fanny

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Matilda

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Lucy Anne

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Rose

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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    Delia

    Diary, 1860-1867, of Ann Webster Gordon Christian, of Richmond and Staunton, Va., Diary, c. 01/01/1860 - 05/01/1867

    Concerns her life as an educator, governess, and religious teacher of African-American slaves. Along with her comments on slavery in Mississippi, the diary includes a list of African-American slaves who attended Sunday School in Richmond, Va., and their masters; notes concerning Stonewall Jackson; and observations on religious life in Richmond.

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