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Ancestors of Worthy LifePlantation Slavery and Black Heritage at Mount Clare$
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Teresa S. Moyer

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813060460

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813060460.001.0001

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A Broader History

A Broader History

(p.145) 7 A Broader History
Ancestors of Worthy Life

Teresa S. Moyer

University Press of Florida

Chapter 7 investigates the period after Margaret Carroll’s death and the legacy of racism at historic house museums. James Carroll, then the Civil War, then industry ensured that black history continued to impact Mount Clare. At the same time, black organizations developed to preserve history and provide racial uplift. The National Society of Colonial Dames took stewardship of Mount Clare and transformed it into a museum to commemorate the Carrolls. This chapter addresses the nineteenth-century changes to Mount Clare.

Keywords:   Mount Clare, James Carroll, Margaret Carroll, Baltimore, Colonial Dames, Civil War, racism, museum

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