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Children, God, and Life: wikipedia brown @eveewing I just thought about this today and dug through my pictures to find it: a letter from a black soldier in the Civil War to the person who owns his daughter. "The longer you keep my child from me the longer you will have to burn in Hell and the quicker you will get there ETTER FROM A BLACK SOLDIER O THE OWNER OF HIS DAUGHTER Kitey Dice r sΓ₯ane. holding rebbels for we dont ex to get them and when I get redy t to leave there root neor to come after mary I will have anch but we thinke how ever bout a powrer and autherity to letter from Cari that we that have Children in the bring hear away and to exacute you say 1 hands of you devels we will trie o steal to plunder my child your the day that we enter Glas I want you to understand diggs that where ever you given rite and I meets we are enmays to own and you may hold on each orthere I offered once to pay to hear as long as you can but I you forty dollars for my own want you to remembor this one Child but I am glad now that you vengencens on them that holds my Child you will then know how to talke to me I will asure that and you will know how to talk rite too I want you now to just hold to hear if you want to iff your conchosence tells thats the road go that road and what it to understand that mary is my Child and she is a God longor you keep did not accept it Just hold on will brig you to kittey diggs I from me the longor now as long as you can and the have no fears about getting mary out of your hands this whole Govenment gives chear to me worse it will be for you you I came to burn in hell and the quicer youll get their for we never in you life befor are now makeing up a bout one down hear did you give Children and you cannot help your self Come up tharough and wont to not even a dollars worth of ex Source: Ira Berlin, ed., Freedom, A Doc when we come wo be to Coppe hood rabbels your property not so with me my 1861-1867. Cambridge: Cambridge and to the Slave Children is my own and I expect University, 1982. 690
Children, God, and Life: wikipedia brown
 @eveewing
 I just thought about this today and dug
 through my pictures to find it: a letter
 from a black soldier in the Civil War to
 the person who owns his daughter.
 "The longer you keep my child from me
 the longer you will have to burn in Hell
 and the quicker you will get there
 ETTER FROM A BLACK SOLDIER
 O THE OWNER OF HIS DAUGHTER
 Kitey Dice r sΓ₯ane. holding rebbels for we dont ex to get them and when I get redy
 t to leave there root neor to come after mary I will have
 anch but we thinke how ever bout a powrer and autherity to
 letter from Cari that we that have Children in the bring hear away and to exacute
 you say 1 hands of you devels we will trie
 o steal to plunder my child your the day that we enter Glas
 I want you to understand
 diggs that where ever you
 given rite and I meets we are enmays to
 own and you may hold on each orthere I offered once to pay
 to hear as long as you can but I you forty dollars for my own
 want you to remembor this one Child but I am glad now that you
 vengencens on them that holds
 my Child you will then know
 how to talke to me I will asure
 that and you will know how to
 talk rite too I want you now to
 just hold to hear if you want
 to iff your conchosence tells thats
 the road go that road and what it
 to understand that mary is my
 Child and she is a God
 longor you keep did not accept it Just hold on will brig you to kittey diggs I
 from me the longor now as long as you can and the have no fears about getting mary
 out of your hands this whole
 Govenment gives chear to me
 worse it will be for you you
 I came
 to burn in hell and
 the quicer youll get their for we
 never in you life befor
 are now makeing up a bout one down hear did you give Children and you cannot help your self
 Come up tharough and wont to
 not even a dollars worth of ex
 Source: Ira Berlin, ed., Freedom, A Doc
 when we come wo be to Coppe
 hood rabbels
 your property not so with me my 1861-1867. Cambridge: Cambridge
 and to the Slave Children is my own and I expect University, 1982. 690
Blackpeopletwitter, Children, and God: wikipedia brown @eveewing I just thought about this today and dug through my pictures to find it: a letter from a black soldier in the Civil War to the person who owns his daughter. "The longer you keep my child from me the longer you will have to burn in Hell and the quicker you will get there ETTER FROM A BLACK SOLDIER O THE OWNER OF HIS DAUGHTER Kitey Dice r sΓ₯ane. holding rebbels for we dont ex to get them and when I get redy t to leave there root neor to come after mary I will have anch but we thinke how ever bout a powrer and autherity to letter from Cari that we that have Children in the bring hear away and to exacute you say 1 hands of you devels we will trie o steal to plunder my child your the day that we enter Glas I want you to understand diggs that where ever you given rite and I meets we are enmays to own and you may hold on each orthere I offered once to pay to hear as long as you can but I you forty dollars for my own want you to remembor this one Child but I am glad now that you vengencens on them that holds my Child you will then know how to talke to me I will asure that and you will know how to talk rite too I want you now to just hold to hear if you want to iff your conchosence tells thats the road go that road and what it to understand that mary is my Child and she is a God longor you keep did not accept it Just hold on will brig you to kittey diggs I from me the longor now as long as you can and the have no fears about getting mary out of your hands this whole Govenment gives chear to me worse it will be for you you I came to burn in hell and the quicer youll get their for we never in you life befor are now makeing up a bout one down hear did you give Children and you cannot help your self Come up tharough and wont to not even a dollars worth of ex Source: Ira Berlin, ed., Freedom, A Doc when we come wo be to Coppe hood rabbels your property not so with me my 1861-1867. Cambridge: Cambridge and to the Slave Children is my own and I expect University, 1982. 690 <p>Zoom in to FEEL the POWER. (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)</p>
Blackpeopletwitter, Children, and God: wikipedia brown
 @eveewing
 I just thought about this today and dug
 through my pictures to find it: a letter
 from a black soldier in the Civil War to
 the person who owns his daughter.
 "The longer you keep my child from me
 the longer you will have to burn in Hell
 and the quicker you will get there
 ETTER FROM A BLACK SOLDIER
 O THE OWNER OF HIS DAUGHTER
 Kitey Dice r sΓ₯ane. holding rebbels for we dont ex to get them and when I get redy
 t to leave there root neor to come after mary I will have
 anch but we thinke how ever bout a powrer and autherity to
 letter from Cari that we that have Children in the bring hear away and to exacute
 you say 1 hands of you devels we will trie
 o steal to plunder my child your the day that we enter Glas
 I want you to understand
 diggs that where ever you
 given rite and I meets we are enmays to
 own and you may hold on each orthere I offered once to pay
 to hear as long as you can but I you forty dollars for my own
 want you to remembor this one Child but I am glad now that you
 vengencens on them that holds
 my Child you will then know
 how to talke to me I will asure
 that and you will know how to
 talk rite too I want you now to
 just hold to hear if you want
 to iff your conchosence tells thats
 the road go that road and what it
 to understand that mary is my
 Child and she is a God
 longor you keep did not accept it Just hold on will brig you to kittey diggs I
 from me the longor now as long as you can and the have no fears about getting mary
 out of your hands this whole
 Govenment gives chear to me
 worse it will be for you you
 I came
 to burn in hell and
 the quicer youll get their for we
 never in you life befor
 are now makeing up a bout one down hear did you give Children and you cannot help your self
 Come up tharough and wont to
 not even a dollars worth of ex
 Source: Ira Berlin, ed., Freedom, A Doc
 when we come wo be to Coppe
 hood rabbels
 your property not so with me my 1861-1867. Cambridge: Cambridge
 and to the Slave Children is my own and I expect University, 1982. 690
<p>Zoom in to FEEL the POWER. (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)</p>

<p>Zoom in to FEEL the POWER. (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)</p>