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Enslaved Women's Clothing in the 18th and 19th Centuries

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King Manor Museum

150-03 Jamaica Avenue

Queens, NY 11432

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Historical interpreter Cheyney McKnight, founder of Not Your Momma’s History, will give an engaging and interactive talk on the clothing of enslaved Black women during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Cheyney McKnight graduated from Simmons College with a Bachelors degree in Political Science in 2011, and has since dedicated herself to the research and education of American Slavery. She has interpreted 18th, early 19th and mid 19th century slavery as a Living Historian in 26 states, and worked with over 45 historic sites. She is trained to the standards of the National Association of Interpretation (NAI) and is an experienced historical interpreter. Cheyney has also crafted and written over 18 tours for sites in Virginia and has written 13 specialized museum programs throughout the East Coast. She is also an experienced down hearth cook and public speaker.

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