In the letter Bullard, an overseer for Dellet, describes harvesting and shipping crops; weather and river conditions; and supplies needed for the slaves. He plans to order hats and handkerchiefs from Destia, Sheppard and Company in Mobile. At the...
In the letter Davison, an overseer for Dellet, discusses weather, livestock, and harvesting crops. He also describes punishing two slaves. He whipped a woman and shot a man in the leg; according to Davidson, "...I went to whip him and he told me if...
In the letter Bullard, an overseer for Dellet, discusses the cotton and corn crops; the lack of rain in the area; the number of hogs on the plantation; the behavior of the slaves; and new clothing that has been ordered for them. At the time the...
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