Slavery at Historic Sites
This event was hosted by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello.
Panelists talked about how slavery is represented and reconstructed at places like Thomas Jefferson’s estate, Monticello, and James Monroe’s home, Ash Lawn-Highland. They also discussed the problems of excavation, restoration, and historic interpretation at these sites.
People in this video
Sara Bon-Harper Executive Director Ash Lawn-Highland
Edward Chappell Director Colonial Williamsburg Foundation->Architectural and Archaeological Research
Matthew Reeves Director The Montpelier Foundation->Archaeology
Frank Sanchis Director World Monuments Fund->United States Programs
Gary Sandling Vice President Thomas Jefferson Foundation->Visitor Programs and Services
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