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History at Your Feet

This is part of a brick sidewalk in front of the Governor's Mansion in downtown Raleigh. The name is thought to have been left by an enslaved laborer turning out bricks.

History at Your Feet

This is part of a brick sidewalk in front of the Governor's Mansion in downtown Raleigh. The name is thought to have been left by an enslaved laborer turning out bricks.

comments (7)

I'm glad he made his mark!
Larry Bliss: Me too!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Mar 2017, 06:45
Well seen Larry, his name lives on..
Larry Bliss: Something we all aim for...
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 8 Mar 2017, 06:48
He really has made his mark, Larry
Larry Bliss: Left an imprint on the ages...
If enslaved, he/she sure had calligraphy skills, Larry!
Larry Bliss: Yes indeed...
Such beautiful writing Larry.
Larry Bliss: People back then (late 19th century) had a real sense of penmanship...
In Ross, Australia, there is a bride made by convicts that tells a pictorial story. Fascinating, I find, like this offering.
Interesting thought!
Larry Bliss: Tpo have one's name stepped on by tourists... smile

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