Slave history often whitewashed

The Joel Lane Museum House in downtown Raleigh is where one of the state’s most prominent families lived, sipping tea from expensive china and overseeing an empire of 6,000 acres. It is also where slaves cooked and scrubbed and worked the fields — but that gets scant mention at the privately owned museum. Read More

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