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Jackson Now, who was Anna Kingsley? The shero who connects me most pointedly to where you are seated and I stand, is Anta Majigeen Ndiaye Kingsley, known to us as Anna Kingsley. It is my maternal line that makes me a descendant of the Kingsley's. Figure 1 Control of the island alternated between the Spanish and the British before being purchased by Zephaniah Kingsley Jr. Figures 2, 3 Figure 1. Map of Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve and surrounding area. Courtesy of National Park Service.
Figure 2. Kingsley Plantation main house, view looking east from lawn in front of Fort George Clubhouse. Jack E. Boucher, photographer, September Figure 3. Kingsley Plantation slave cabin grandmothers chat line jacksonville florida, view looking southeast along the east range of slave quarters. The history of the Kingsley Plantation is an interesting and complex combination of people, personalities, and agendas.
Kingsley was a wealthy planter, businessman, and slave trader, who was born in Bristol, England, in The life and business activities of Kingsley and Anta Majigeen Ndiaye Anna Kingsleyborn in Senegal, West Africa, in —who he purchased, fathered children by, and established households and businesses with in Florida and Haiti—underscore the reality of the transatlantic slave trade from the perspective of a specific family. The Kingsley's multi-racial, multi-national family and their associations on local and global levels provide insight into the complexity of meanings and experiences attached to place and the fluidity of identity formation within and outside of plantation landscapes in America.
This article uses ethnographic interviews to reflect on the importance of particular places to descendant and local communities coming to terms with the legacy of slavery and segregation. The focus is on the Kingsley Plantation community and shared family connections to places in Jacksonville, including American Beach, as well as the plantation itself. Such places provide a window to the past not only as tangible or physical markers but also as cultural ifiers.
They maintain their relevance through the meanings associated with Beautiful adult wants sex personals Allentown Pennsylvania. There is an abundance of Kingsley myths and stories. Anna is thought to be one of three bozales: newly imported people from Africa whom he purchased and transported from Havana, Cuba, to Florida in They had four children: George, Mary, Martha, and John.
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Anna Kingsley also is recorded as having owned plantations as well as enslaved Africans and many s of the Kingsley story incorporate this perspective. Who is Anna Kingsley and what makes her central to understanding the complexity of the descendant community and its relationship to the Kingsley Plantation? The question of Anna Kingsley and her centrality today was poised by Dr. Cole is a self-identified African American woman, a seventh-generation descendant of Anna and Zephaniah Kingsley, a trained anthropologist, and a former President of Spelman and Bennett Colleges.
In the opening remarks of her talk entitled, "Sankofa: Looking Back to Go Forward," Cole declared Anna Kingsley her shero, a female hero of special note because of her gender and the obstacles of extraordinary size and scope that had to be overcome in order to achieve her desired goal. In the case of Anna Kingsley these obstacles included slavery, racism, sexism, and patriarchy in the s. Standing on the grounds of the Kingsley Plantation, a place she described as difficult for Meet horny women and Orangeville, Ontario to visit, Dr.
Cole encouraged the enthusiastic and florira audience to consider making Anna their shero as well. Cole said— She's a shero for me. Obviously the park service thinks so. They invited you here to understand not only about Zephaniah Kingsley but to ggrandmothers about Anna Kingsley. She is a shero. But I have to ask you, should we remember her as a slave or should we deal with the fact that she was a slave owner? Wasn't she both? Was Anna Kingsley an African or was she an American, or was she both?
Were her children, the four sired by Zephaniah Kingsley, were they white or were they black or were they both? Countless lessons I think.
All of us are doing our best to learn from being in this extraordinary, this exquisite moment of American history and the history of the world. Cole's provocative descriptive of Anna Kingsley frames the theme and urgency of this discussion. In her timely analysis of Anna Kingsley's identity, Cole highlights the past as a means of informing ways to move forward.
The Kingsley Plantation and community provide unique and explicit examples Adult chatting Campbell dynamic and multiple constructions of identity and experiences of place. They provide a model for looking back in order to move forward. Oral history and interview testimony provided by Zephaniah and Anna's African, European, and Latino descendant family members and descendants of enslaved and free persons of color and others associated with the Kingsley community provide an important perspective for understanding the ificance of place.
Because the Kingsley Plantation community includes not only the physical site of the plantation, but also the associated community, it extends well beyond the physical boundaries of the Timucuan Preserve and includes all of the places where Kingsley descendants and others associated with the plantation live and work today.
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The experiences of the Kingsley-Sammis-Lewis-Betsch family offer an intergenerational ing of the role that varying experiences with, and connections to place, play in shaping our understanding of the past and framing the way we think about the future. Sammis; and the great-granddaughter of Zephaniah and Anna Kingsley.
She grandmothera her family's genealogy in this way— Well, Anna Kingsley was my maternal great-grandmother Mary Sammis Lewis' father's grandmother. Now if you are an anthropologist you could figure that out. Put it another way, Anna Kingsley's grandson whose name was Edward G. Sammis married a woman whose name was Lizzy, who was sometimes called Eliza Willis Sammis. Their eldest daughter, are you with me? You got Anna Kingsley and you got her grandson.
What's his name? He marries… Eliza, they have children, their oldest Adult want sex Waterbury was Mary Sammis-Lewis.
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Who was she? You just got your PhD in Anthropology! The Abraham Lincoln A. Lewis and Mary Sammis Lewis union formed one of the most prominent dynasties of wealth, influence, and power in Florida's African American community.
Lewis, one of the founders and later one of the presidents of the Afro-American Grandmotheds Insurance Company the Afro grancmothers, became one of the richest men in Florida jacksonvile the s and remained so until his death in He amassed large amounts of property in Jacksonville, and throughout Florida, and operated many successful business ventures.
Mary F. Sammis-Lewis was also very active in the Jacksonville community. Among her many civic, social, and business activities jacksonvikle served on the Deaconess Board of her church, Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, for over 20 years. Marsha Phelts, author of the book, An American Beach for African Americans, published ingrew up in Jacksonville, and knew members of the Lewis-Betsch family personally.
She shared the following perspective of the family— they were people that we loved to watch and loved Milfs near Halls Creek read about, to hear jacksonvilke. They were extremely admired and respected. They were the middle-class. Credit Randolph with the middle-class in America oine what he did for the Pullman porters in terms of organizing and union and bringing their pay up but in this little corner of Jacksonville, the Afro-American Life Insurance Company was certainly Adult wants nsa West Carson for a big portion.
If you had a middle-class status as being an executive for the Afro, there certainly was that to be enjoyed, and they mortgaged homes during a period that established places did not provide mortgages that very much. Established places did provide mortgages but they were harder to come by and so the Afro and the Lewis' made great contributions, they really did.
It served to counter restrictions imposed on African Americans by foorida laws and policies. American Beach is north of Jacksonville in the Amelia Island area. Figure 4 Marsha Phelts explains the importance of American Beach to the African American community in this way— My family is from Jacksonville, and so American Beach is an extended part of the Jacksonville community, it's just minutes to an jacksonvllle away grandmothers chat line jacksonville florida Jacksonville, and this is where black people came during my growing up and my youth for the beach.
This was the beach, even though the coast [of] Duval County has a beach coast, but jacksonvjlle was not available in the 40s and in the 50s, only in were blacks able to go to the beaches, and all of the beaches were open to them. I was Mature sex in Providence inso I would have been 20 years old if it hadn't been an American Beach for me to come to. Because of this beach I have been coming to the beach my whole life.
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Lewis and his family as well as others in the African American community owned homes on American Beach. For many years this beach resort community served as the hub of recreation and entertainment for families and civic and social organizations throughout the South. Cole describes her American Beach experiences in this way—. It was in my view what community could really be about, that is folk caring for each other, sharing what they had, going beyond lines of biological kinship grandmothere feel a sense of shared values, and one must say also, to feel a Granny singles in az of shared oppression.
Because it was clear to everybody that while A. Lewis in his wisdom and with his wealth had made sure that that beach grandmothes available, not just for his family, not just for the Afro, I mean people now live in Virginia, in North Carolina who remember coming to that beach.
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But everybody knew that we were on that beach and could not be on the other beaches. Figure 5 In a interview she said that sometimes flroida would be lost on the way to Amelia Island Plantation, a more upscale resort, and they would end up on American Beach, "…and I['d] jump in the backseat and give them one of those tours.
American Beach. We've never heard of it. The experiences of Kingsley descendents highlight Housewives wants real sex Greenville East conflation jadksonville race and class which often occurred in the face of legalized segregation in America for African Americans. This was because anyone racialized as black, or labeled as non-white, was subjected to the same physical and social segregated place restrictions regardless of wealth or class.
Uplifting, defiant, and frustrating in many ways, these memories of place experiences are poignant reminders of the cultural complexities of navigating race, place, and class in America in the aftermath of the transatlantic slave trade and especially during Jacksonville's period of segregation. The Kingsley Plantation: A Physical and Social Reminder The remaining physical spaces of the Kingsley Plantation as it existed at the time of Kingsley's ownership includes the 'big' house, Anna Kingsley's 'kitchen' house, a jackwonville, slave cabin remains, and approximately acres of land and waterway access via the Fort George inlet.
Figure 6 Inthe state of Florida acquired the Kingsley Plantation, and in started restoring the plantation to the Kingsley period The slave cabin remains provide a visually arresting reminder of the institution of slavery practiced in northeast Florida and throughout the U.