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Although many believe that nothing materially survived from Afro-American antebellum society, Barfield argues that not only free Blacks but also slaves produced a large amount of domestic tools and furnishings during the antebellum period. They also acquired and made pottery, utensils, glassware, Bibles, photographs, and other trinkets.