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The interpretive slave cabin seen from the threshing barn. In the museum's earliest days, slaves were referred to as "servants". The chimney is designed as not attached to the dwelling, allowing it to be knocked away in case of chimney fire.

The interpretive slave cabin seen from the threshing barn. In the museum’s earliest days, slaves were referred to as “servants”. The chimney is designed as not attached to the dwelling, allowing it to be knocked away in case of chimney fire.

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