The Story Of A Mulatto House Slave
*!!!!This Story Has Been Reedited from the old book!!!!*
This is a story of a house slave of a very prosperous plantation in Charleston, South Carolina. Not just any house slave, a mulatto house slave.
The Edwards family has made their profit and fame off of their well established plantation for generations. Even the slaves have worked for generations at the plantation.
In 1825, Joseph Edwards became the owner of the plantation after his father had died. He later married a young woman of high class named Elizabeth. She gave birth to her eldest son Charles and two years later she bore another son named Nicholas.
They were both very handsome but many things seperated them from each other. Charles was always a more aggressive child than Nicholas. Nicholas had a kind and gentle heart while Charles had a more cold and firm heart.
As kids, Nicholas and Charles had no friends. For they were home schooled and didn't have time to make friends. Their father realized Nicholas had wanted someone to play with while Charles was always learning, striving for perfection.
As he was buying some slaves, he spotted out a little mulatto girl who could be no older than Nicholas. He bought her for a pretty penny and so she became his playmate till the age she would be able to work as a house slave.
Charles would always tease her for being a mulatto. He would push her, kick her, hit her and anything else that would make her feel less than a person but Nicholas would always be their to protect her.
Her name was Janae.