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Over the last decade, the Collins family's Somerset Plantation has been revitalized as a center for the interpreting of antebellum southern history. Dorothy Redford, a descendant of Somerset's slave population, helps visitors understand the area's past.
One student’s perspective working as a living history tour guide at the Duke Homestead State Historic Site. The homestead site, in Durham, NC is the tobacco plantation that contains a tobacco history museum and the Duke family farmhouse built in 1852.