Enslaved Craftsmen


Mulberry Row is a 1,000 foot ‘street’ at Monticello. It was named for its mulberry trees. Many skilled slaves worked on Mulberry Row. In 1796, there were log and stone homes and storage sheds for wood, charcoal and iron along Mulberry Row. There was a wash house, smokehouse, dairy, blacksmith shop/nailery, joinery, carpenter’s shop, and…

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