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Women and Freedmen's Aid after the Civil War

Document 3

"Laura M. Towne and her Pupils in South Carolina, 1866,"
in R.A. Holland, ed., Letters and Diary of Laura M. Towne

6. What is the white woman doing with the formerly enslaved African-American children?

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7.  How would education help freedmen and freedwomen?

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8. What would an abolitionist think about the work of the woman?

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7. What would a plantation owner think about the work of the woman?

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