1897 PC, "Ex-Slaves" of Confederate Vice-Pres Stephens, Dora Stephens to Eliza. Impossibly rare 1897 postcard: Emancipated "slave" Dora Stephens writes to her mother, Eliza Stephens - likewise emancipated - at Crawfordville Georgia. They both resided at Liberty Hall, plantation home of the deceased Vice President of the Confederacy, Alexander Stephens.Dora Stephens at that time was working as a care-giver for an aged friend of Alexander Stephens in Hillman, GA, just 9.5 miles from Crawfordville. 16, 1897, addressed to Mrs. Dora, who was born at Liberty Hall, is believed to have been fathered by Alexander Stephens. Stephens willed Eliza and Dora a life interest in Liberty Hall, where they lived until their deaths. Please read The Atlanta Journal's article The Black Family That Claims Alexander Stephens, Vice President Of The Confederacy As An ancestor.
Since thinking over the matter I think that it will be too much for Mr Elbert to bring the wagon over here please tell him that he need not go to that trouble. I have changed my mind he can come over this week if he can he said that he was comeing if I don't get there Saturday will go on Sunday.
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