… about Jourdon Anderson, the former slave who wrote that charming letter to his old master. Jason Kottke of Kottke.org did some poking around on ancestry.com and a few other places, and has compiled what he’s learned in an interesting post about Mr. Anderson’s later life in Ohio.
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