People practicing a variety of trade and skills lived and worked at Monticello. A listing of these trades appears below.
Note: All involve both free (F) and enslaved (S) workers, unless otherwise noted.
Plower (S)GardenerShepherd (S)MillerEngrafter (F)Overseer
CharcoalburnerSawyerCarpenterJoinerCabinetmakerWheelwrightCarriagemaker (wooden parts)Millwright (F)CooperBasketmaker (S)
Blacksmith NailmakerTinsmithCarriagemaker (metal parts)
Launderer (S)Cook (S) Dairy workers (S)BrewerSoap Maker (S)Candle Maker(S)Butler (S)Barber/hairdresser (S)Lady's maid/valet (S)House maid (S)Midwife
Postillion (S)Coachman (S)Hostler (S)Wagoner/CarterWaterman
- Lucia Stanton, 1996
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