Joe McGill of the National Trust for Historic Preservation created the Slave Dwelling Project to preserve and interpret structures that once housed enslaved blacks. He also is the founder and member of Company I, 54th Massachusetts Regiment, which re-enacts the all-black volunteer infantry portrayed in the award-winning 1989 film “Glory.”

Joe McGill of the National Trust for Historic Preservation created the Slave Dwelling Project to preserve and interpret structures that once housed enslaved blacks. He also is the founder and member of Company I, 54th Massachusetts Regiment, which re-enacts the all-black volunteer infantry portrayed in the award-winning 1989 film “Glory.”

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Joe McGill of the National Trust for Historic Preservation created the Slave Dwelling Project to preserve and interpret structures that once housed enslaved blacks. He also is the founder and member of Company I, 54th Massachusetts Regiment, which re-enacts the all-black volunteer infantry portrayed in the award-winning 1989 film “Glory.”

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