Susie

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  • Later, King and her son moved to Boston where she worked as a maid for a wealthy family-the Taylor family. She moved in 1870.
  • I will provide to your needs if you agree to work hard.
  • Yes, master.
  • King married Russell Taylor (the man she worked for) in the year 1879. He was a white man.
  • My future bride.
  • My future husband.
  • In 1890, she when to Louisiana to care for her dying son. He died because his health deteriorated. Susie felt guilty because he died despite his mother, herself, being a nurse could not save him.
  • My poor son. What should I do? I am impotent now.
  • After her son's death, she published a book of memoirs called Reminiscences of My Life in Camp: With the 33rd U.S. Coloured Troops Late 1st S.C. Volunteers in the year 1902.
  • I have lost my poor son. I have lost everything. What is left now? This book is specially written for my dear son.
  • Susie Baker King Taylor died 10 years after she published her book. Her legacy is that she is known as "Native Daughter" and "Heroine of Fame". She was also nominated for the Georgia Women of Achievement Hall of Fame.
  • May God rest her soul.
  • She was a great teacher and she was a great nurse. Most of all, she was a true human being.
  • She will forever be known as our dear "Native Daughter".
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