Statistics for occurrence #1 of “West Point, Virginia” in chapter 2.54, page 453 of L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion:
Haven't you any brothers and sisters?
No, sah-neber had none.
No brudder, no sister, no fader, no mudder, no massa-nothina but Sam. When you see Sam, you see all dere is of us.
In West Point, Virginia , there was a negro scout, named Clairborne, in the employ of the Union forces, who was a shrewd hand at escaping from the rebels.
He was evidently a full-blooded African, with big lips and flat nos...
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