Early Transatlantic Writing Project
Life in the Early Atlantic World
The Cemetery for Negro Citizens of Salado, Texas was established in 1879 after a donation of land by Col. Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson. The cemetery sits on 1.8 acres of land slight northwest of the Robertson Family Plantation.
African American, Bell County, Cemetery, Robertson Plantation, Salado, Slavery, Slavery Quarters, Texas, West Salado Cemetery
New Poem By Jupiter Hammon (1786) This poem by the slave-poet, Jupiter Hammon, was discovered in the archives of Yale University libraries in 2011-2012. It has recently been…
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