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The Royall House (above left) and Slave Quarters (rear) in Medford, was built by Isaac Royall, a trader in rum, sugar, and slaves.
The grand bedroom at the Royall House and Slave Quarters.
A slave sleeping area.
The kitchen fireplace.
Penny Outlaw, co-president of the historic house and museum, and Tom Lincoln, the museum’s executive director.
This is one of Royall House’s two facades: the front faced east and the Mystic River and visitors arrived off the river, the other faced west and was approached by carriage.
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