As a single mother and widow, Margaret Crittendon Douglass was a very strong Southern white woman who worked very hard, as a seamstress and vest maker, to support herself and her daughter Hannah Rosa.  In 1853, Douglass visited Robinson, a free African American and barber shop owner, for the sole purpose of business.  Little did…

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