Slave Dwelling Project http://wunc.org en 'You Can Never Truly Understand What Happened Centuries Ago': The Slave Cabin Project http://wunc.org/post/you-can-never-truly-understand-what-happened-centuries-ago-slave-cabin-project <p></p><p>There is no official count on how many slave cabins are left standing across the country today.&nbsp; You might ask,&nbsp; “Who’s counting?”</p><p>Well, the South Carolina-based <a href="http://slavedwellingproject.org/">Slave Dwelling Project</a> is counting and so is the National Trust for Historic Preservation.</p><p>Archaeologists at <a href="http://www.montpelier.org/">James Madison’s Montpelier</a> estate in Virginia set out to locate where slave cabins once stood on its property.&nbsp; And last week, a group of people helped re-build a part of that history.</p> Thu, 27 Feb 2014 14:31:28 +0000 Leoneda Inge 31239 at http://wunc.org 'You Can Never Truly Understand What Happened Centuries Ago': The Slave Cabin Project Slave Dwelling Project Comes To Historic Stagville http://wunc.org/post/slave-dwelling-project-comes-historic-stagville <p></p><p></p><p><em>Today, almost 150 years since the end of slavery, two-story slave cabins still stand prominently on the <a href="http://www.stagville.org/">Stagville </a>grounds in Durham County, but that is not the case for hundreds of former slave structures across the U.S.</em></p> Mon, 14 Oct 2013 11:07:57 +0000 Leoneda Inge 24085 at http://wunc.org Slave Dwelling Project Comes To Historic Stagville