Stenton: Expanding our Stories Webinar
Please join Stenton for a Zoom Webinar presentation by Curator Laura Keim entitled, “On the Plantation”: Expanding our Knowledge of Enslaved and Indentured Workers at Stenton. As
Please join Stenton for a Zoom Webinar presentation by Curator Laura Keim entitled, “On the Plantation”: Expanding our Knowledge of Enslaved and Indentured Workers at Stenton.
As part of Stenton’s Inequality in Bronze: Dinah Memorial Project, staff continues research into the lives of Dinah and other enslaved and indentured workers at Stenton in the eighteenth century. This illustrated slide talk will focus on the first generation laborers and the evidence for their lives found in historical documents and the physical structure of Stenton itself. Register here to receive the event link
(Thursday) 12:30 pm
Stenton is one of the earliest, best-preserved, and most authentic historic houses in Philadelphia. Completed in 1730 as a country-seat, plantation house for James Logan - Secretary to William Penn; merchant, politician, justice, scientist, and scholar – Stenton was home to six generations of the Logan family, as well as a diverse community of servants and enslaved Africans, including Dinah, who lived and worked at Stenton for over 60 years. Furnished with 18th- and 19th-century Logan family objects, and remaining in little-altered condition, a visit to Stenton offers an unparalleled experience of early Pennsylvania.firstname.lastname@example.org 4601 N. 18th St. Philadelphia, PA 19140