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Emma Crockett: A Slave Narrative

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Gabrielle Kohl

on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of Emma Crockett: A Slave Narrative

The Story of Her Life EMMA CROCKETT At the time of the interview, she was 79 or 80 years old. Her small house was one of the better houses that African Americans lived in after emancipation. She was never whipped or suffered from the different punishments other slaves went through She and her husband Henry had 5 children. She was born in Livingston, Alabama to Cassie Hawkins and Alfred Jolly. She belonged to "Marse Bill Hawkins and Miss Betty." She can read print, but she can't read writing. After her emancipation, she became a member of New Prophet Church.
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