Nicole Moore, a museum educator from Virginia Beach, hurries across the yard to get back to her cooking at the Horton Grove slave quarters. Hundreds visited the Historic Stagville State Historic Site in Durham County in 2013 to see how enslaved and free black people prepared meals during antebellum times.
Nicole Moore, a museum educator from Virginia Beach, hurries across the yard to get back to her cooking at the Horton Grove slave quarters. Hundreds visited the Historic Stagville State Historic Site in Durham County in 2013 to see how enslaved and free black people prepared meals during antebellum times. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Nicole Moore, a museum educator from Virginia Beach, hurries across the yard to get back to her cooking at the Horton Grove slave quarters. Hundreds visited the Historic Stagville State Historic Site in Durham County in 2013 to see how enslaved and free black people prepared meals during antebellum times. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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July 15, 2017 6:00 AM

‘Enslaved people,’ not ‘slaves’ at Stagville State Historic Site

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