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Susie King Taylor
Susie King Taylor
1848 - 1912
- Civil War teacher, nurse, and laundress; thereafter, a
teacher and domestic worker
August 5, 1848, Grest Plantation, Isle of
first of nine children of Hagar Ann Reed and Raymond Baker;
married Edward King, 1862 (died, 1866); married Russell
Taylor, 1879. Died October
6, 1912, in Boston. Buried in unmarked grave, Mount Hope
Cemetery, Roslindale, MA.
King Taylor lived in Savannah and gained her freedom from
slavery at the age 14. She contributed to Civil War efforts
by serving as a nurse to the black solidiers and by teaching
them to read and write.
Susie King Taylor -Susie King Taylor: A Glimpse Into the Life of a
Civil War Contemporary: Unique among the literature of the Civil War is
the memoir of Susie King Taylor.
Susie King Taylor - Susie King Taylor. ... Taylor, Susie King, A Black
Woman's Civil War Memoirs, edited by Patricia W. Romero and Willie Lee
Rose, Markus Wiener Publishing, 1988.
Taylor, Susie King, b. 1848. Reminiscences of my Life in Camp -
Reminiscences of my life in camp : with the 33D United States Colored
Troops late 1st SC Volunteers, by Susie King Taylor.
Susie King Taylor - Susie King Taylor. Civil War (1861-1865). ...
Susie King Taylor, Reprinted from Side-By-Side, A Photographic History of
American Women in War by Vikie Lewis, 1999.
America Past and Present Online - Susie King Taylor - Susie King
Taylor, Reminiscences of an Army Laundress (1902).
Susie King Taylor Assists the First South Carolina Volunteers - Susie
King Taylor Assists the First South
Volunteers, 1862–1864. Susie King Taylor was born a slave in Savannah,
Georgia, in 1848.
Susie King Taylor Lesson Plan - A Lesson Plan developed by Sharon
Corey, Kathleen Burrell, and Jeff Rinde (all from Union-Endicott High
Thursday May 20, 2010