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The Landscape of Slavery

Mulberry Row and the Landscape of Slavery at Jefferson's Monticello is the first part of a multi-year project. The multi-faceted approach is designed to help "real" and "virtual" visitors understand the complex world of Monticello, the 5000-acre plantation occupied by Thomas Jefferson and his family, hired workers, and about 130 enslaved people in any given year. Jefferson's detailed recordkeeping, coupled with extensive archeological and historical study, make Monticello the best documented plantation in America.