elecampane, a tall, hairy perennial plant of the composite family, having flower heads with
Bucks and wenches
In colonial America and into the 1800s, whites used these terms to refer to African – American males and females.
neckerchiefs or scarves
the eldest son of the king of France, a title used from 1349 to 1830
aristocratic member of the community
wood or metal spikes used to plow land.
an iron rod or wooden bar on a ship to which the sails are fastened.
niggar, originally a dialectal variant of Negro , the term is a derogatory and vulgar racial slur
Yaller - boys