Episode 089: Jessica Millward, Slavery & Freedom in Early Maryland
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Episode 089: Jessica Millward, Slavery & Freedom in Early Maryland

  • Author(s): Millward, J
  • Liz Covart
  • et al.

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Abstract

How do you uncover the life of a slave who left no paper trail? What can her everyday life tell us about slavery, how it was practiced, and how some slaves made the transition from slavery to freedom? Today, we explore the life of Charity Folks, an enslaved woman from Maryland who gained her freedom in the late-18th century. Our guide through Charity’s life is Jessica Millward, an Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Irvine and author of Finding Charity’s Folk: Enslaved and Free Black Women in Maryland.

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