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Bethel, Me. (Maine, United States) (search for this): chapter 242
see any thing what looks like you Yankee folks, day run back, and den day all get scared; day all left after de fight at Bethel, and gone to Yorktown, and den a week, was dis here last Saturday, day all go back wid wagons to Bethel agin, and day carBethel agin, and day carry out provisions ebry day to Bethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at WilliBethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28. ankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
Williamsburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 242
den a week, was dis here last Saturday, day all go back wid wagons to Bethel agin, and day carry out provisions ebry day to Bethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28. den a week, was dis here last Saturday, day all go back wid wagons to Bethel agin, and day carry out provisions ebry day to Bethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
Yorktown (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 242
ne now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyve us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six mo work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckodrunk ebery day; de women are all gone out oa Yorktown; dare is only about 15 or 20 houses in dare in dat air Yorktown; de soldiers hab few tents like dese ere; de richest ob um hab tents, and de poorvision from Richmond; steamboat lands dare on Yorktown; de poor soldiers dam, complain for not habinll left after de fight at Bethel, and gone to Yorktown, and den a week, was dis here last Saturday, l, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near YorktYorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand m, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
Mulberry Island (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 242
A runaway slave's testimony.--The following is the verbatim testimony of Luis Herod, a slave, who came into camp at Newport News, Va., June 24: I was 22 years this last April 15th gone; I was borned in Mulberry Island; my massa's name was John Green, sir; he has been gone now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyvers a time; he always licked me wid a cowhide, made out a cow's skin; he went away telling us colored folks dat dese ere dam Yankees were coming to work us like mules, and dat we must hoe his corn and stay by de old home; I stayed dare four weeks after massa quit; day geb us only two pounds of meat, and a peck oa meal to feed us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six more oa de boys, and day put us to work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckon ‘bout hundred warry poor white folks worked wid me and us od
A runaway slave's testimony.--The following is the verbatim testimony of Luis Herod, a slave, who came into camp at Newport News, Va., June 24: I was 22 years this last April 15th gone; I was borned in Mulberry Island; my massa's name was John Green, sir; he has been gone now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyvers a time; he always licked me wid a cowhide, made out a cow's skin; he went away telling us colored folks dat dese ere dam Yankees were coming to work us like mules, and dat we must hoe his corn and stay by de old home; I stayed dare four weeks after massa quit; day geb us only two pounds of meat, and a peck oa meal to feed us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six more oa de boys, and day put us to work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckon ‘bout hundred warry poor white folks worked wid me and us ode
A runaway slave's testimony.--The following is the verbatim testimony of Luis Herod, a slave, who came into camp at Newport News, Va., June 24: I was 22 years this last April 15th gone; I was borned in Mulberry Island; my massa's name was John Green, sir; he has been gone now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyvers a time; he always licked me wid a cowhide, made out a cow's skin; he went away telling us colored folks dat dese ere dam Yankees were coming to work us like mules, and dat we must hoe his corn and stay by de old home; I stayed dare four weeks after massa quit; day geb us only two pounds of meat, and a peck oa meal to feed us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six more oa de boys, and day put us to work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckon ‘bout hundred warry poor white folks worked wid me and us ode
De Yorktown (search for this): chapter 242
y arms; day fetch on provision from Richmond; steamboat lands dare on Yorktown; de poor soldiers dam, complain for not habina nothina to eat; dare are some right smart ob slaves dare to work, and day all say day get off soon as possible ; dare are about a tousand on horses, and day go out ebry day to see if any ob you are coming; and when day see any thing what looks like you Yankee folks, day run back, and den day all get scared; day all left after de fight at Bethel, and gone to Yorktown, and den a week, was dis here last Saturday, day all go back wid wagons to Bethel agin, and day carry out provisions ebry day to Bethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
A runaway slave's testimony.--The following is the verbatim testimony of Luis Herod, a slave, who came into camp at Newport News, Va., June 24: I was 22 years this last April 15th gone; I was borned in Mulberry Island; my massa's name was John Green, sir; he has been gone now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyvers a time; he always licked me wid a cowhide, made out a cow's skin; he went away telling us colored folks dat dese ere dam Yankees were coming to work us like mules, and dat we must hoe his corn and stay by de old home; I stayed dare four weeks after massa quit; day geb us only two pounds of meat, and a peck oa meal to feed us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six more oa de boys, and day put us to work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckon ‘bout hundred warry poor white folks worked wid me and us ode
y arms; day fetch on provision from Richmond; steamboat lands dare on Yorktown; de poor soldiers dam, complain for not habina nothina to eat; dare are some right smart ob slaves dare to work, and day all say day get off soon as possible ; dare are about a tousand on horses, and day go out ebry day to see if any ob you are coming; and when day see any thing what looks like you Yankee folks, day run back, and den day all get scared; day all left after de fight at Bethel, and gone to Yorktown, and den a week, was dis here last Saturday, day all go back wid wagons to Bethel agin, and day carry out provisions ebry day to Bethel, or somewhere dat way; dare are no boats at Yorktown ; last week day burned two wharfes near Yorktown, so dat de dam Yankee ships can't land; de Yorktown troops say dat dare are two or tree tousand troops at Williamsburg; day say dat when de dam Yankees march all on cm, den day come from Bethel and Williamsburg, and all fall into Yorktown.--N. Y. Tribune, June 28.
A runaway slave's testimony.--The following is the verbatim testimony of Luis Herod, a slave, who came into camp at Newport News, Va., June 24: I was 22 years this last April 15th gone; I was borned in Mulberry Island; my massa's name was John Green, sir; he has been gone now, reckon about four weeks; he is now in Yorktown; he was a real bad man; he has licked me dyvers a time; he always licked me wid a cowhide, made out a cow's skin; he went away telling us colored folks dat dese ere dam Yankees were coming to work us like mules, and dat we must hoe his corn and stay by de old home; I stayed dare four weeks after massa quit; day geb us only two pounds of meat, and a peck oa meal to feed us a week, and lick us hard at dat; I was in Yorktown week afore last to see my mass', me and six more oa de boys, and day put us to work cutting hay for de horses; I worked in Yorktown on de fort dare; found it warry hard; I reckon ‘bout hundred warry poor white folks worked wid me and us od