Diary of a Contraband
The memoirs of William B. Gould I, an enslaved plasterer who helped build the Bellamy mansion, written after his escape to freedom. Gould I served with the Union Navy for the last three years of the Civil War, and that's when he wrote his diaries.
Discovered by family in the 20th century, his great-grandson William B. Gould IV published these memoirs in the early 2000s.
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