I remember visiting the museum with my mother and now I take my grandchildren but it still holds the same magic for me all these years later. The house is a monument to one of our famous sons and you can get a real feeling for how he lived in the house but more than that is how they have managed to convey the conditions of slavery,.both the capture & transport of these unfortunate human beings. The house is a first class history lesson
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