Historical interpreters from “I Ain't No Three Fifths of a Person” serve on a panel and discuss a variety of topics including the nature of relationships between certain slaves and their masters; the hierarchy within the enslaved community; how the enslaved received and passed on information; the realities of running away; abolition; manumission; and freedom.
Billy Lee, who served as General Washington’s manservant throughout the Revolutionary War; Caroline Branham and Oney Judd, who worked under Mrs. Washington’s supervision in the mansion; Christopher Sheels, the General’s manservant in Washington’s later years; and Bob Hemings, manservant to Thomas Jefferson, join host Kate Sullivan for a discussion on our Nation’s founding period from the point of view of the enslaved community.
This program was recorded before an audience of teachers and students at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens.
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Type of Show: Specials
Target Viewing Market: National (US)
State of Production and/or Target State or Province: Virginia
Frequency of Episodes: One time show
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