To Be Purchased and Possessed: Slavery in the Marshall House Virtual Lecture


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The 1790 John Marshall House, home to the father of the Supreme Court, also existed as a site of enslavement for over 60 people until 1835. Join Museum Educators from the John Marshall House in this virtual lecture presentation about individuals such as Henry, Robin and Agnes, and learn about their lives and labors in the landscape of urban slavery in Early Republic Richmond. $10 admission; free for Preservation Virginia members.

Your zoom link will appear on your screen after you’ve made your purchase and will be sent to the email you provide at checkout. No refunds will be issued unless this event is canceled by Preservation Virginia. In the event you cannot attend the event, please consider your ticket a donation as we are a non-profit that runs on donations from generous supporters like you. Thank you!

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General Admission, Preservation Virginia Member