“An Enslaved Life.”
Audubon State Historic Site, 11788 Highway 965, St. Francisville; from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join us in exploring the lives of those many enslaved people who have stories yet to be told. We will delve into family life, using original plantation cabins as the backdrop for talks and cooking demonstrations. We will learn the skill it took to accomplish everyday tasks and how that evidence still exists in every plantation, seen but unseen. Our exploration continues with witnessing how archaeology reveals a buried past and hearing the few stories still left of the lives of a few individuals and their struggles with slavery. This program is included in the park’s entrance fee and all activities are ongoing. For more information, contact the park at 225-635-3739.