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The Dred Scott Case

Following the ruling, Calvin C. Chaffee deeded the Scott family to Taylor Blow, who manumitted them in 1857. Scott worked as a porter in a St. Louis hotel, but his freedom was short-lived; he died from tuberculosis in 1857. He was survived by his wife and his two daughters.
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