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0223 Laundry House at Chatham Manor (Lacy House) at Fredericksburg,Va.
Chatam has watched quietly over Frederichsburg for almoust 250 years- an imposing 180-foot-long brick manor house once visible from much of town. William Fitzhugh and his wife Ann Randoph Fitzhugh built Chatham in 1771 knew George Washinton well and supported the Revolution with spirts and funds ( Though not with service-he had lost an eye as a child).The Fitzhhugh's granddaughter later married robert E.Lee. Slaves did virtually all the works that kept Chatham worthy of its widespread reputation for productivity,elegance,and hospitally.Befor the Civil war,its unlikely that white residents ever amounted to 20 percent of Chatham's population.At times as many as 100 slaves lived here.They worked fields,cooked meals,ran the mills,seined for and sturgeon,shod horses,slaughtered livestock,made barrels,did laundy,picked fruit,and did a thousands other things that generated income,luxuries,and status for Chatham's owner. Those slaves formed a vibrat community beyond the "big House." Some lived in the laundry or kitchen,but most lived in cabins removed from the owner's veiw.There they sutained family units and cultural as best they could,asserting at least some measure of control over their non-work hours.When not in their living quaters,slaves at Chaham functioned under the gaze of an overseer.He controlled their daily schedule,whom they could visit,and ehen they could rest. Chatham's outbuildings with the laundry and kitchen served as workplace and living space. The simple architecture of slave cabins contrated hugely with the elegance of the "big house." abvertisement for the slaves of Chatham,we know only their occupations,nicknames,and occasionally,their values on the open market. It has witnessed great events and played host to important people.Gerorge Washington,Thomas Jefferson. James Horce Lacy and his wife Betty Churchill Jones Lacy owned Chatham during the Civil War.Lacy held more than 1000 slaves and supported seccession with the same fervor that Fitzhugh had supported the Revolution.The war devastated both Chatham and Lacy's fortune. Abraham lincoln were here;Clara Barton and walt Whitmore.To some residents it was a home,to others a place of toil,and to sodiers during the war a headquaters or a hospital. The Union Army use Chatham repeatedly during the was-as a hospital,a headquaters,and even asa stable. Hear ar Chatham as at few othe places ,is the full breath of Southern history:its rise on foundation of slavery,its ruin the turbult years of the Civil War,and rebirth in the 1900s.Chat is not merely story of a Southern house,but of American culture-sometime and cruel and unjust,sometime noble and refined,but always interesting. Doing the laundy was an intensive job that took days to clean just on one piece of cloting.For a laundress the mendind ant the boiling,the soaking and scrubbing,ans the starching and drying was one way of being controlled on this plantition.Building the Clean-Energy Economy Roudtable
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