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Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People exhibit closes
Hunter’s Home in Park Hill will commemorate Black History Month with Voices of Hunter’s Home: Enslaved People. During the month of February, visitors will see exhibits featuring many of the people who lived and performed slave labor on the plantation, such as Susan, Ike, Nelson, Eliza, and many others who made their lives here in the years before the Civil War. The exhibits will highlight the level of skill shown by the enslaved people of Hunter’s Home, as well as take a look at how they may have defined their work and lives. This exhibit will bring the contributions of enslaved people of Hunter’s Home to the forefront as never before.
Also in February, living history season continues at Hunter’s Home, with interpreters in period dress demonstrating 19th-century crafts and skills Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Hunter’s Home is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information about these exhibits or other programs, please call 918-456-2751 or email email@example.com.