Objects & Places from Letters from a Slave Girl: The Story of Harriet Jacobs

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Letter Book

This is a grouping of letters written to dead and missing loved ones on the back and sides of book pages.

Crackers

Molly Horniblow makes money selling these homemade goods from her home.

Herbs

John learns how to treat illnesses with these while he belongs to the Norcom family.

Garret

Harriet lives for seven years in this tiny space cut out above her grandmother's storeroom.

Jail

Harriet's brother, children, and aunt are held in this place in Edenton shortly after she runs away, in an attempt to force her to give herself up.

Cottage

Dr. Norcom has this structure built for the sole purpose of hiding Harriet there so that he might make her his mistress.

Ship

Harriet eventually escapes Edenton via this vehicle on which she must pay passage to a captain sympathetic to the slave's plight.

Linda Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself

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