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Identifier: Historic Hope Plantation
Upperclass life in the 1800s involved a lot of writing: Letters were the only way to communicate with faraway friends and family. Plantation records, contracts, and agreements were all handwritten. People sometimes kept track of day-to-day events in personal journals. The majority of this writing was still done with ink and quill pens. more...
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