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New Life for Historic Aunt Sophie's Slave Cabin
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TitleNew Life for Historic Aunt Sophie's Slave Cabin
AbstractBrief article describing the completed restoration of "Aunt Sophie's" cabin at the Rice-Tremonti Home in Raytown, Missouri. The cabin was once slave quarters for a woman named "Sophie" who worked for the Rice family.
NotesThe Rice-Tremonti Home was built in 1844; the article reports that it is believed to be the oldest standing frame house in Jackson County.
DateOctober, 2004
SourceKansas City Magazine
Locationq977.8411 K1699
Volume11
Number5
Page1-11
Local SubjectAunt Sophie's Cabin
Slavery
Trails
Rice-Tremonti Home
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID211890
CONTENTdm number20495
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