“Negress PILOTS AIRPLANE,” a New York Times headline proclaimed in amazement.
She was a Negress and he knew it, and yet the act was instinctive and irresistible.
In the Negress's face an expression of surprise wavered for a second and then disappeared.
These were the voices of two servants, a Negress and a Mexican half-breed woman.
They threatened and flattered the Negress, who said nothing in reply.
Your father has just told me that I am a Negress—my mother is an octoroon!
But everywhere, even in the domains of slavery, how tenderly has the Negress been spoken of!
The brown mare bore the minister and the Negress, and Diccon, doggedly silent, trudged beside us.
A Negress appeared in the doorway with a veil of tissue in her hand.
On an occasion of the sort, the fraternal embrace was given to an old Negress.