This photo was taken on the estate of Thomas Jefferson. The walls are all original, as in the original structure. The hall takes you to
In examining the very size of the fingerprints, it appears that these slave children were anywhere from 4 to 10 years old.
Below, are a combination and compilation of photographs that I took while I visited Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Many people are not aware, but slaves actually
A few days before I went to Mahwah, I visited the African American Baptist Church Cemetery, where Francis Jackson, a freed slaved purchased woodland here.
The Periwinkle Initiative derives its name from the flower that certain scholars believe was the most common wildflower brought to gravesites of enslaved Americans. This
After searching with a deep web crawler, I was able to locate this website. Check if out! National Burial Database of Enslaved Americans