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Intellectually gifted, Anna accomplished much in her short Lady want sex Clemson of 58 years. Anna embodied the true role of an alma mater, the nurturing mother, as a co-founder of the institution that bears her married name. Anna Maria Calhoun, the fourth child and third daughter born to the Hon. John C. Over a period of 18 years, John C. Their children were as follows:. Elias Marks and his wife Jane Barham Marks, the course of study was rigorous. Marks, along with his second wife, Julia Pierpoint, created a four-year curriculum contemporary to those at male academies of the era.

In many ways, Anna Maria Calhoun was much like her father. While John C. Calhoun overindulged his eldest son, Andrew, he struggled to aid the other four boys in finishing their college education. Calhoun doted on his handicapped daughter Martha Cornelia by taking her to numerous doctors, but it was his relationship with Anna that perhaps proved to be his most rewarding. In one letter to his daughter Anna, Calhoun wrote:. My dear Anna, Were it not for your letters, there are a thousand incidents that are daily occurring, where every incident even the smallest, is interesting to me, of which I should remain ignorant.

Your Mother and Brother write me on grave subject of business, or what relates to the welfare of the family; but you fill up the interval with those little, but to me interesting details, which is so agreeable to an absent father to know. Early on, Calhoun realized that Anna was intellectually gifted.

On March 10,he wrote to Anna:. I am not one of those, who think your sex ought to have nothing to do with politicks. During the summer ofAnna was with her father in Washington for the congressional session, while, at the same Lady want sex Clemson, Thomas Green Clemson was visiting for financial business. After their meeting, the year-old bachelor from Philadelphia became infatuated with year-old Anna, writing her often after her return to Fort Hill. I have hoped and hoped again, and still hoped and hoped beyond the end of hope. On November 13,Calhoun may have been saddened as he gave his favorite child away in marriage to Clemson in the parlor at Fort Hill.

The glory of the house is departing with sister Anna. The first three of their children were born there — an infant daughter who died inJohn Calhoun Clemsonand Floride Elizabeth Clemson Lee On August 13,Anna Clemson gave birth to a daughter, in the midst of a fever epidemic. Several neighbors and African-American slaves also died in the same epidemic. On September 19,Anna confided in a letter to her childhood friend, Maria Simpkins:.

Maria I am now more reconciled to the blows but indeed it was hard to bear at first… She was a lovely babe and noticed every one said more than was usual in one so young; indeed it seemed as if disease had given her an unnatural precocity for the poor little creature was sick from the first. The name and burial location of their first daughter are unknown. The infant may have been buried at Fort Hill near of Andrew Pickens Calhoun, who had died two years earlier in To distinguish the boy from the other Johns in the family, they called him by his middle name Calhoun. Two African-American slaves, mother and daughter, Daphne and Susan, aided the Clemsons in caring for the children.

Daphne spelled Daphney in some documents traveled with the infant Calhoun Clemson to visit his father at the Dahlonega mine. On December 29,Anna gave birth to a daughter whom they named Floride Elizabeth for her two grandmothers. During this period, Thomas Clemson took on the role of manager of Fort Hill for his father-in-law, and Anna aided her mother with the day-to-day operations. The Clemsons faced many challenges while living at Cane Brake, including bad ro to Edgefield, poor mail service and scarcity of plantation supplies. Clemson purchased 37 slaves, which made Anna, as plantation mistress, responsible for their well-being, much like her mother Floride was for the slaves at Fort Hill.

Due to the difficulty in receiving needed lumber, the process of building Cane Brake took longer than expected. Also killed in the explosion was the U. Calhoun had an opportunity to submit candidates for ambassadorships, including his son-in-law Thomas Clemson. In the first place were I a few years younger or my children a few years older I should enjoy the idea of visiting Europe much. If they were old enough to be amused or profited by the trip I might enjoy their pleasure.

During their six-year stay in Europe, the formal portraits of Anna and of her two children that are now displayed in Fort Hill were painted. Anna appears in her court dress, and her children are pictured with family pets, a cockatoo for Floride and a whippet for John Calhoun. Anna, like her mother, was welcomed into the pomp and circumstance of society life, and she was a gracious hostess to the court of King Leopold I. While in Belgium, she received a Spanish lace scarf from the Queen of Spain.

The Clemson family, however, did not travel alone to Belgium; Basil, an enslaved African-American male, accompanied them, and Basil attracted much attention in Europe. On January 24,Anna wrote to her father:. I wish mother could have six months trial of the meanness, debased condition, and utter want of truth, and honesty, among the servants of this country, she would be sick of white servants for life. Anna, like other proslavery advocates of her time, defended slavery in her personal correspondence. They talk of slavery. I never saw in all my life at the south, the amount of suffering and misery that one sees here in one month, and so I tell all who mention the subject to me.

Ironically, slave owners borrowed this language from wage earners in the North, who used the concept of slavery to critique their low wages and terrible treatment. Slave owners appropriated the ideas to use in a defense of human bondage. Although separated by the Atlantic Ocean, Anna and her father maintained their close relationship by constantly writing to one another about their ideas and concerns.

On May 22,as the Clemson family prepared to return on a subsequent voyage to Belgium, Anna wrote. I feel very sad as the time approaches again to leave my country and friends, Lady want sex Clemson undertake such a long and dangerous voyage. I have not even the pleasure of anticipation to sustain me. I know all I am to see and expect, and how little there is in that all, to recompense me for my separation from my family. On February 18,Anna wrote her father:.

You have spent a long life in the service of your country, and it is now time to take care of yourself for our sakes. You can even be as much service to your country, by influencing the movement of your friends from Fort Hill, as you can in Washington. Go home then, my dearest father, and live quietly, and generously, and be a good deal in the open air without fatiguing yourself. If I could only be near to nurse you, read to you, and write for you, and anticipate every wish.

On March 31,Calhoun Lady want sex Clemson away, while Anna was in Belgium. To her brother Patrick, on June 24,Anna confided:. Our noble father can never be restored to us. We shall never look upon his like again. In all history I find no man who combined so much talent, heart, philosophy, and simplicity. He never in the course of his long and useful life, failed in the performance of every duty.

Knowing how he prized his well-earned reputation. His life and death are bright and encouraging examples to everyone, for they prove that a firm adherence to truth and principle. As employees turned over, a German lady, Augusta, worked as a housekeeper, and Babette, hired as a cook, was later replaced by Lisette Daub and her family. In addition, Anna and Thomas built a separate mother-in-law cottage for Floride and Cornelia Calhoun to use when they visited.

From a historical standpoint, of all the household occupants, the place of Andy Calhoun is perhaps the most interesting. Eventually, Andy was relocated to Maryland and placed in the care of Anna.

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On October 3,Anna gave birth to her fourth child, a daughter named Cornelia after her maternal aunt, Martha Cornelia, and called Nina. Clemson especially doted on Nina. When she died of scarlet fever in lateAnna wrote. Oh Nina oh my angel where are you? Why are you taken?

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When shall I see you again? When we lose a friend of mature years we look forward to meet them in another world of unmixed delight, for let our separation be long or short—we our intercourse as we should on the earth after a long absence but when a mother loses her child it is lost forever. She may here after meet its pure spirit and enjoy a happiness of which we can here have no conception in so doing but her child she never meets again. A death mask was made of Nina, from which American sculpture Hiram Powers made a marble bust of the three-year-old. Nina was buried at their residence, the Home, and several years later her body was relocated to the Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, D.

Today, the bust remains on exhibit in the parlor at Fort Hill. In the fall ofCalhoun entered the freshman class of Virginia Military Institute VMI ; however, illness precluded his completion of his education.

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