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Those sensitive souls at CONFEDERATE VETERAN MAGAZINE pondered deeply one day in 1918 when they recalled one particular long-standing Southern institution that no longer existed:

"The most unique character connected with the days of slavery was the old black mammy, who held a position of and confidence in nearly every white family of importance in the South... She was an important member of the household, and for her faithfulness and devotion she has been immortalized in the literature of the South."

Click here to read a history of African-Americans between the years 1619 through 1939.

     


''Black Mammy'' (Confederate Veteran Magazine, 1918)

''Black Mammy'' (Confederate Veteran Magazine, 1918)

''Black Mammy'' (Confederate Veteran Magazine, 1918)

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