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This database makes accessible to the public all available information pertaining to the enslaved men and women who built and sustained Oak Alley. It brings to light attributes of personhood including names, origins and relationships, and presents them simultaneously with the marks of slavery that dehumanized--such as appraised value. Together, it is our aim to offer a resource for students and researchers, and enable them to better understand the people of one specific sugar plantation.

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Full Name
1846 * estimated
Date of Death
Baptism Date and Sponsors
Place of Origin
Oak Alley (Creole)
Gender and Designation
Female Negro
Skills or Duties
daughter of Cloe, sister to Maurice, Thisbe and Henriette


J.T Roman Succession, St. James Parish (County) Records, Probate 0683, Year: 1848
Location: Oak Alley Plantation
Value: $ (Not recorded)
          Was inventoried with children.           with Mother Cloe and siblings Maurice, Thisbe and Henriette

Settlement and Partition of Oak Alley, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Grima V46 Act 174, Year: 1860
Location: New Orleans
Value: $ (Not recorded)

Inventory of Celina Roman's New Orleans Residence, New Orleans Notarial Archives, Grima V46 Act 132, Year: 1860
Location: New Orleans
Value: $1525.00

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