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  • Andy

    If she's a slave as the card states then she is most likely an octoroon.

  • Andy

    It was a term used to describe a mixed race person, similar to high yellow or red bone. Today, she would be called pretty.

  • Pia Añazco

    that's it exactly, she is a mixed, which was not good at all in those years :(