Catch Me if You Can - The Incredible Life Stories of Jacob D. Green & Louis Hughes
Catch Me if You Can - The Incredible Life Stories of Jacob D. Green & Louis Hughes5 1 5 Author: Louis Hughes, Jacob D. Green
"Narrative of the Life of J.D. Green, A Runaway Slave" is another remarkable autobiography by Jacob D. Green which dwells on his three prominent attempts to escape in 1839, 1846, and 1848 and his perseverance in the face of failures.
Louis Hughes was born on a Virginian Plantation to a mixed race parents with a Black slave mother and sold in Richmond slave market in 1844. While still in slavery he learnt about medicines from his master and helped his fellow slaves. After emancipation Hughes became a successful businessman in Wisconsin and wrote his autobiography.
Jacob D. Green was born into slavery with 113 other slaves on a plantation in Kentucky with only his mother as family. Green did many "awful" things like seeking a murderous revenge from a man who thrashed him and making daring choices that would eventually lead to his freedom.
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