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    ENCOUNTERING SLAVERY AND RACE IN NEW ENGLAND The Royall House and Slave Quarters of Medford

    Presented by at Mrytle Baptist Church

    October 7, 2010


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    ENCOUNTERING SLAVERY AND RACE IN NEW ENGLAND The Royall House and Slave Quarters of Medford

    ENCOUNTERING SLAVERY AND RACE IN NEW ENGLAND The Royall House and Slave Quarters of Medford Tom Lincoln, Executive Director of the Royall House, will present an illustrated talk on this National Historic Landmark and highlight the oft-neglected history of colonial slavery in Massachusetts through archaeological artifacts, architecture and narrative. The Royall House and the slave-owning families that lived there were the focus of the book Ten...

    ENCOUNTERING SLAVERY AND RACE IN NEW ENGLAND The Royall House and Slave Quarters of Medford Tom Lincoln, Executive Director of the Royall House, will present an illustrated talk on this National Historic Landmark and highlight the oft-neglected history of colonial slavery in Massachusetts through archaeological artifacts, architecture and narrative. The Royall House and the slave-owning families that lived there were the focus of the book Ten Hills Farm, whose author spoke as part of last spring’s lecture series on the same subject. At Myrtle Baptist Church, 21 Curve Street, West Newton. Free.


    Mrytle Baptist Church

    21 Curve Street
    Newton, MA 02465

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    FREE


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    7 pm



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