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Prominent forehead; Scar on forehead; Active; Smart
Scar on forehead
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Natchez, Mississippi; Port Gibson, Mississippi
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The University of Southern Mississippi. College of Arts and Letters. Department of History.
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A Black Girl named SARAH, left my Farm the last of August. She has a prominent forehead, with a small scar in the centre of the same: directly in a line, I think, with her nose. She has a fine head of hair—and is about five feet five or six inches high; thick set, active, and smart. She will, no doubt, endeavour to conceal herself about Natchez, or Port Gibson; in which latter place she has a sister, formerly belonging to a Dr. Parker of that place, but now free. Her object, no doubt, is to obtain assistance to get off if she can. A liberal reward will be given, by WM. SURGET.
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