The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 380
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380 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
seemed to arouse an increased interest in the human qualities of
their Negroes until, in many cases, the status of some of the
Negroes appeared to be more like that of a "charge" than a
45See agreement between Ballinger and James Hageman regarding the hiring of
the negro boys, Sam and Steve, Ballinger Papers, January 1, 1861; also, B. W. Eve
to Ballinger regarding the slave, Caroline, November 17, 1862; Ballinger Diary, for
years 1863-1864, regarding the slave, Dave (MSS., Rosenberg Library, Galveston).
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