During our present era as we're becoming acutely aware of how much our culture consistently over looks how much Black Lives Matter, are we researching the relationship of Domestic help in the south after the Civil War? I'm researching my mother's southern family and came across an 1880 Georgian Census where there are 2 women mentioned. I know that southern families were deeply dependent on their domestic help, especially while raising children. Even as late as just before WWII, my half brother and half sister were raised by Nannies in New Orleans. I'm wondering if there's any work being done around these unsung "heroes" and how they're reflected in Family Trees.