17. July 2020 - 17:00 till 18:00
Webinar: Who Was Enslaved at Drayton Hall | Friday, 17. July 2020
Join us virtually for this important webinar event: On Friday, July 17, Drayton Hall Curator of Education and Museum Programs, Amber Satterthwaite, takes you on a deep dive into Charles Drayton’s diaries to discover new details about the lives of enslaved people at Drayton Hall.
Sit down virtually with Amber as she shares her research of Charles’s diaries (1784-1820) and what kinds of information she collected from his writings. Charles mentioned more than 190 enslaved people in his diaries and recorded all kinds of information about them from his point of view. You’ll learn about
individuals, families, and the many jobs—some highly skilled—that were being performed by enslaved people across Charles Drayton’s properties. Join from anywhere virtually on Zoom.
Non-members $9.99/members $4.99. Please register in advance to receive the Zoom link to join this event. Please note: This webinar Zoom link will be sent to all registered attendees the day prior to the webinar.