Aveline spoke with the slave.
- Slave: Thank you! Where on earth did you come from?
- Aveline: More importantly, where will you go? To New Orleans? I can arrange for employment--
- Slave: Ha! For what? My people are the Fon. I will go back to Africa. Your locket... It's very unusual. I've seen one before... I assumed it was one of a kind.
- Aveline: It is one of a kind. My mother made it with her own hands. You must be mistaken.
- Slave: No... The woman who wore the locket was named Jeanne. She was one of the first workers to come here. I remember her fondly.
- Aveline: That was my mother's name! Where is this woman! I must see her.
- Slave: I don't know. She lived in a private house at the south edge of the camp.
- Aveline: You should go. De Ferrer will be looking for you. Will you be alright on your own?
- Slave: Yes. I will hide until the changing of the guard at sundown, and then make my escape again. This time, they won't catch me.
- Aveline: Good luck.
Aveline then searched the camp for clues that could guide her to Jeanne's hut, eventually finding her mother's hat.
- Aveline: This was my mother's. I'd know it anywhere.
Led to a house, Aveline discovered Jeanne's bag.
- Aveline: This could be hers.
At the back of the house, Aveline found one of Jeanne's diary pages, as well as a map.
Having discovered Jeanne had been present at the camp, Aveline followed the map she found in the hope that it would lead to her mother.