Thomas Day was a Black furniture maker in the 1800s. His house is set to become a historic site
A Black furniture maker’s home in the tiny town of Milton, North Carolina is set to become an historic site. Thomas Day was a free Black resident who opened his workshop in the early 1800s and became the largest furniture maker in the state by 1850.
Colin Campbell of WUNC reports.
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