About the Book
The menu to the left links to slide shows featuring photographs, archival images, portraits, maps and various web site links designed to augment the readers' experience of Ten Hills Farm: The Forgotten History of Slavery in the North. To access this content, click on About The Book either above, or to the left and scroll down for the appropriate slide shows.
Table of Contents
Slaves and Masters
Images of landowners and workers in New England, Antigua and Surinam. Blackface images date from a three-day pageant at the Royall House in 1915.
Ten Hills Farm
Contemporary and archival images of Ten Hills Farm, the Georgian mansion and two-story slave quarters at 15 George Street, Medford, Ma.
Contemporary images of the elegant Cambridge mansions along "Tory Row" that are featured in the narrative, each of which housed slaves in the 1700s.
Images of contemporary Antigua and of the renovated Royall Estate with its large sugar mill.
Maps and images from the text showing how slavery and the slave trade stretched from Massachusetts to the Caribbean to the coast of Africa.
Images of Mount Hope Farm, the Codman House and other properties related to the story.
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