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Twenty Percent of Teenagers Giving Birth at PMH Were In Fifth to Ninth Pregnancy 1979

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Ebo Venus, Hard Times and Good Luck, the Slaves of Alexander Forbes of Exuma 1822

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Chole, Black Female Slave Sold Early 1822, Mulatto Baby Jessie, Born December 1822 Watlings Island, Bahamas

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Black Slave Owner Richard Owens and Daughter Mary Owens, Free Woman of Colour, Sold Slaves 1825

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