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At the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall. Also referred to as Freedom House, this 2-story log structure was built circa 1875 by Richard Jones, a former slave in the historic Jonesville community that is now part of Poolesville. A fascinating example of local African American heritage. Take a look at our Dig Deeper – Historic African American Communities page to learn more this and other stories from Montgomery County. Photo courtesy of Building Conservation Associates, Inc.
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