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[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama. And American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labour.
She was one of the three slaves. That was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of the notion of plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto, the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors
(This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle and Mrs Obama hold she’s Shields
She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. It’s just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.


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[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama. And American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labour.
She was one of the three slaves. That was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of the notion of plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto, the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors
(This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle and Mrs Obama hold she’s Shields
She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. It’s just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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