Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear

a native of Africa who was enslaved in childhood and died in Boston, Jan. 3, 1815, aged 65 years by Rebecca Warren Brown

Publisher: J. Loring in Boston

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Chloe Spear, summarized here, appeared seventeen years later, in The author of the Memoir does not identify herself by name and refers to herself only as "A Lady of Boston" and "A Member of the Second Baptist Church in Boston" (p.

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Spear’s probate inventory, meanwhile, builds a picture of her economic life that confirms the Memoir’s account of her worldly success, even while fleshing it out with material the Memoir singles Spear out (very few people, rich or poor, black or white, male or female, had book-length biographies written about them by their friends), the probate records allow us to look at.

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By a Lady of Boston (). Chloe Spear: Leaving a Legacy, Listing a Life white man in the Boston area. But where Belinda’s life story—or a stylized version thereof—was re-corded in her own lifetime in her petition, the details of Spear’s life are recounted in a short book called the Memoir of Mrs.

Chloe Spear (). Authored by a. Annotated Bibliography for Slave Narrative I am researching Mrs. Chloe Spear, a native of Africa who was enslaved during her childhood. Within my research paper, I plan to examine her life as a slave, the struggles she faced, or lack there of.

Trumbull, History of the Discovery of America (Brooklyn, []); Chloe Spear, Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, [edited by James S.

Loring] (Boston, ); Robert Voorhis, Life and Adventures of Robert Voorhis, [edited by Henry Trumbull] (Providence. Leah: the forsaken. A play in five acts. By Augustin Daly. Arranged from the "Deborah" of Mosenthal, expressly for Miss Bateman, and originally produced at the.

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Chloe Spear was taken captive in Africa and brought on a slave ship to Boston where she was in bondage to a man referred to only as Mr. B in her narrative, Memoir of Mrs.

Chloe Spear. Chloe began learning how to read until her master forbade further schooling with the promise of violent consequences for disobedience. We provide the book series in order by author (ie: Lee Child), and then in order of the character or series ( Reacher) Where applicable, we provide you with both the publication order of the books written, as well as the chronological order of the books.

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