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Denise I. Griggs

P.O. Box 278475

Sacramento, CA

95827


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Denise I. Griggs

P.O. Box 278475

Sacramento, CA

95827


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A Mulatto Slave, the Events in the Life of Peter Hunt, 1844-1915


Between the sheets of Black and White

Grey and Blue divide

Ever spilt the red life force

The truth?

A shared Blood Line

(c) 2010 Denise I. Griggs


Peter Hunt was a Mulatto - his father was a White slave owner, his mother a slave. Ironically, her name was America, and she and Peter worked as slaves on a plantation in a town named Liberty. 


Peter Hunt's life is examined from the oral family history of the Author, historical documents, the political, cultural, and economic times during American slavery, as well as DNA.  


Slaves freed by the Emancipation Proclamation Act on January 1, 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War, enlisted in the newly formed United States Colored Troops (USCT) in the Union Army. In January 1864, Peter Hunt also joined the USCT. These former slaves, now soldiers, helped to defeat the Confederate States Army and win the Civil War. Peter's half brother by his father, was a soldier in the Confederate Army.


This story of Peter Hunt is a "must read" concerning Black and White families during American slavery, so that many will understand that life isn't always what it appears, or "is said" to be. 


This story is written in the style of the Writer's Federal Project (WPA) of the 1930's, when African American former slaves were interviewed.


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