Courtesy: Dan Addison/UVA Today
April 6, 2012
In this week's UVA Today segment, architecture professor Earl Mark visited the Newsplex to describe his work helping to bring Mulberry Row back to life.
The stretch of land was once Main Street at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello plantation, a bustling community of activity that included storage sheds, lodging for slaves, workshops and more.
Today, little remains. But professor Mark bringing Mulberry Row back to life through a digital re-creation of the structures that builds upon 50 years of research by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello, archaeologists and historians.
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