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Slave Quarters Excavation at James Madison's Montpelier

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Archaeologists are excavating slave quarters at James Madison"s Montpelier estate in a four-year project supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The estate of the fourth president was maintained by scores of enslaved African-Americans. Archaeology is revealing how they lived.

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