verb (used with object), en·slaved, en·slav·ing.
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Mina Queen — whose first name was misspelled Mima in printed reports of the case — and her daughter Louisa therefore remained enslaved.
Many enslaved members of a family named Butler were therefore able to win their freedom by proving their descent from Eleanor “Irish Nell” Butler, who had arrived in Maryland as an indentured servant in 1681 and subsequently married an enslaved man.
Jefferson’s first memory was of being carried on a pillow by an enslaved person, the university’s report noted, and his dying moments were eased by an enslaved person who adjusted his pillow.
Many of the enslaved ended up in Louisiana, where they lived and worked under dreadful conditions on cotton and sugar plantations, according to a report produced by a university panel.
Frances has also met one descendant of the people her family enslaved — she shared letters from her great-grandmother describing the woman’s ancestors — and hopes to meet more.The 10th president’s last surviving grandson: A bridge to the nation’s complicated past|Gillian Brockell|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
Selina Smithers was the name of my fair enslaver: she was about nineteen, fair as Russia tallow, tall, and somewhat slender.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II|Various
The fair enslaver having fallen into one of her gentle sleeps during the last exposition, nobody likes to wake her.Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
It probably gave him some satisfaction merely to view the tenement wherein his fair enslaver reposed.Out of the Hurly-Burly|Charles Heber Clark
Still, is it not man, the enslaver, who teaches you domestic economy?Major Prophets of To-Day|Edwin E. Slosson
During the night strange murmurings were heard against "the accursed enslaver of their race."Mexico and its Religion|Robert A. Wilson