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]...
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...
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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