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When the slaves were freed following the Civil War, I worked on the small farm that my father rented from his former owner.
In 1872 I went to work for the Gallinger Ranch in Arizona, where I remained for many years.
I married in 1889, and a year later I left the range to work as a Pullman porter on the Denver Rio Grande Railroad.
In 1907 he published his autobiography, which contains photographs of him wearing his western gear
After his father's sudden death, he became the sole support of his mother and younger brother and sister.
I died in Los Angeles in 1921.
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