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Subject [LCSH]. Geographic Coverage. United States--Illinois. Contributing Institution. Illinois State Library. Because of the multi-layering it is my expectation that the paintings become thoughtful, spiritual, interesting and sensitive creations. This made it difficult to create a picture of what daily life was like for enslaved and free blacks living in Georgetown from their own perspective. Woody was able to gather resources from libraries, databases, and scraps of material from Dumbarton including metal locks, wallpaper, and letters written about the enslaved and indentured in the residence to create new artworks reflecting a time of slavery in Georgetown.
His work and the exhibition serve as a companion to a historical timeline and narrative gathered by Dumbarton House scholars from other sources including census records, Dumbarton House archives, period maps, church archives and neighboring museum archives, including Tudor Place, the Octagon House, and the White House Historical Society.
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