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Lecture: Talent and Beauty: A 19th Century African American Story 

When: Sat., Oct. 22, 2 p.m. 2016
Phone: 912-790-8880
Price: Museum members free, non-members $5. Purchase tickets at door
This program explores the story of an enslaved African American woman named Annie Crawford (1832–1902) and her daughter Elizabeth (1872–1948), who established herself as a successful dressmaker serving both black and white clientele. Kathleen Curtis Wilson—Fellow, The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, and author of a soon-to-be-published book on this subject—will discuss Elizabeth’s journey from a slave cabin she shared with 10 family members to a two-story home of her own and a thriving business.


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