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  • Waverly (Marriottsville, Maryland)

    (Maryland) (United States)

  • Rice-Marler House, Tennessee

    (Tennessee) (United States)

  • Life at the South; or, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" as It Is (In fiction and non-fiction)

  • The Octagon House, Washington, D.C.

    (Washington, D.C.) (United States)

  • Beall–Dawson House, Maryland

    (Maryland) (United States)

  • Raynham Hall Museum, New York

    (New York) (United States)

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Slavery in the United States began when British settlers settled in Virginia, North America, and remained there until the formal creation of the United States. At the same time, most of these slaves had special homes and were divided into official slave quarters and dormitories. After the abolition of slavery, many of the slave dwellings recorded in this random tool were effectively preserved as national monuments.

These slave settlements, like the one in the generator, are located in different countries around the world. If we go to visit, we can also see the shadow of different slave life at that time. The slaves’cabins and quarters, in addition to being part of a national historic site, were also used as a substantial plantation house or other structure as a major contributor.

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