3 thoughts on “CLARA JONES (1)

  1. This is my grandmother I am thankful to hear her tell our story herself I wish their was a picture of her I also am blessed to have her daughters testimony eustace McGee jones hodges within these testimonies.

  2. Ms. Blair, There is *another* slave narrative for a “Clara Jones” beginning on page 31 of the part 2 of the Federal Writers Projects Slave Narratives for North Carolina. If you have a chance to read that one, you will see it matches up with Eustace Hodges recollections. Also, it was told to the same worker (Mary A. Hicks) who talked to Eustace Hodges.

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