Amos Fortune: Free Man - Evergreen Years 1794-1801 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Yates
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Evergreen Years 1794-1801 Summary

Violet and Celyndia continued to weave their linens on their loom and sell their goods to people who came to do business for Amos. Amos also continued to do well, though he was beginning to feel his age. Amos still had the Burdoo boys to help him, and he took on an apprentice, the son of the doctor, who helped him when both Lily and Lydia died. Amos added the indenture papers to his growing list of important papers, including his own manumission papers, those of Lily, Lydia, Violet, and Celyndia.

Amos thought of his sister often in his later years and knew he would see her in the next life, . it was something he looked forward to. However, Amos knew he had more to do before he went. One day, when he went to deliver leather to a man in a bar...

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