Lucy was the widow of naturalist John Audubon. In the letter she mentions that her granddaughter, Harriet, will be taking a position as a governess with a family. Lucy and Harriet had been teaching in their own school, but they could not enroll...
Lucy was the widow of naturalist John Audubon, who was a close friend of Edward Harris. In the letter she mentions the recent death of her son and describes the financial difficulties she is experiencing: "You doubtless heard of my dear Johns [sic]...
In the letter Charlotte discusses the sale and exchange of slaves from the estate of her grandfather Abner Crenshaw, of which Hall is executor: "I will take Harriet at the appraised...price. What did Dorcus & her family value at. if you please let...
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