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Historic Site: Peyton Randolph House

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Explore the Randolph property, home to 27 enslaved people and the Randolph family. Learn more about the paradox of American slavery and how the household's enslaved members reaffirmed their humanity daily while surrounded by the calls for freedom and revolution by those who owned them. Explore some of the places the enslaved people lived and worked on the property of the President of the First Continental Congress. Tours every 15 minutes.

Virtual Tour of the Randolph Site

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