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On Ash Wednesday of 1869, the maitresse d’ecole of the once grand plantation calledJewelweed smoothed ragged crosses on the foreheads of ten orphaned slave children. She usedashes mixed with chalk; the black coal dust that the old priest smeared on the children did notadequately manifest the state of their souls. Besides, the old man was a fool, twisting his lips indistaste as he touched those poor babies.