Two Negro "Boys"

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Two Negro "Boys"
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Unnamed Negro "Boys"
Race: 
Black
Gender: 
Male
Class: 
Free Black
Rank: 
Peripheral
Vitality: 
Alive
Occupation: 
Domestic Service
Specific Job: 
Servant
Biography: 

“Two Negro boys" who work on the Harriss plantation and "lay the trail of torn paper from one jump to the next" for the steeplechase (165). (In this context, "boys" is more likely to be the stereotypical term whites often apply to black men than an actual description of the two people involved.)

Note: 
CUT: , and then the men (one in a red coat, with a brass horn) and the women in the pants and boots on the thousand-dollar horses riding it” (165).
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