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Re: Gendered slave resistance
Posted by Walter on May 31, 2011, 9:43 pm, in reply to "Re: Gendered slave resistance"
Thank you Susan. I have been immersed in research regarding this subject and I think I have exhausted all the leads JSTOR, Project Muse, etc. have to offer. I will be traveling to the state archives this week to uncover related documents and primary material. Thank you for your interest Susan; I'd welcome the opportunity to discuss my findings with you and gain your insight and advice. I will stay in touch. Many thanks! Walter |
: This case has received a great deal of
: publicity in recent months, and deserves
: careful study. I expect to devote time to
: in-depth research on this subject in the
: next several months, and will keep you
: Susan G. Pearl Historian
: Prince George's County Historical Society
: --Previous Message--
: I would sincerely appreciate any assistance
: researching information regarding a 14 y.o
: female slave named Judith, who, charged with
: the care of Dr. John Bayne's three children
: at Salubria located in Oxon Hill, Md., was
: charged, convicted, and hanged for the
: poisoning and subsequent deaths of her
: wards. She was executed in Upper Marlboro on
: December 6, 1836. Any assistance is greatly
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