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The Slave Narrative “Aunt Adeline” – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley 30380 Interviewer Mrs* Zillah Cross Peel Person interviewed Aunt Adeline — Age 89 Home 101 Hock Street* Fayetteville. Arkansas *I was born a slave about 1848, in Hickmon County, Tennessee,* said Aunt Adeline who lives as care taker in a house at 101 Rock Street, Faystteville, Arkansas, which is owned by the Blakely-Budgens estate. Aunt Adeline has been a slave and a servant in five generations of the Parks family* Her mother, Liza, with a group of five Negroes, was sold into slavery to John…

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The Slave Narrative – Laura Abromsom R.F.D. Holly Grove Arkansas

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley This Episode we will be going over the Laura Abromsom R.F.D. Holly Grove Arkansas Slave Narrative. •30395 #6B5 8 Interviewer Miss Irene Robertson Person interviewed Laura Abromsom Holly Grove* Arkansas Receives mail at Clarendon* Arkansas Age 74 *My mama was named Eloise Rogers* She was born in Missouri* She was sold and brought to three or four miles from Brownsville, Tennessee* Alex Rogers bought her and my papa* She had been a house girl and well cared for* She never got in contact wid her…

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Blues Narrative – Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley On this episode we will discuss the Slave Narrative of the mid 30’s, the upcoming Blues Narrative and listen to some great tunes of African American Tribal Music. To Donate click Link paypal.me/LamontJack To support our Crown Fund Campaign https://www.gofundme.com/we-are-public-media I read the Slave Narrative entry of Lucian Abernathy 85 years old of  Marvall, Arkansas.   Then I spoke in detail with Jock Webb Sr, Alabama native Blues Harmonica musician that broke down the Truth of the Blues.      

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