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Stairwell post by Thomas Day, who earned fame and fortune as a woodcarver and cabinetmaker.

Thomas Day Antebellum Free man of color Master Cabinetmaker

Milton, NC, Friends of Milton, Home of Cabinetmaker Thomas Day, Historic Homes & Art Gallery

Milton, NC, Friends of Milton, Home of Cabinetmaker Thomas Day, Historic Homes & Art Gallery

Thomas Day newell post.

Thomas Day newell post.

A Thomas Day bureau. Thomas Day Antebellum Free man of color Master Cabinetmaker

A bronze statue of Thomas Day 1801 1861 outside the North Carolina Museum of History During the height of slavery in the Antebellum South.

Newel post, Thomas Day, cabinetmaker, Freedman (former slave). He moved from Virginia to North Carolina in the 1820's and settled in Milton, NC.

Newel post, Thomas Day, cabinetmaker, Freedman (former slave). He moved from Virginia to North Carolina in the and settled in Milton, NC.

Rocking chair by Thomas Day

A bronze statue of Thomas Day 1801 1861 outside the North Carolina Museum of History During the height of slavery in the Antebellum South.

by Thomas Day

I worked on a few parts of it and think that my perspective is a little to detail oriented. Has anyone gone to see the new Thomas Day exhibit?

Stairwell post by Thomas Day

A bronze statue of Thomas Day 1801 1861 outside the North Carolina Museum of History During the height of slavery in the Antebellum South.

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The pew in which Thomas Day & family sat in the front row, he made in the Milton Presbyterian Church

A bronze statue of Thomas Day 1801 1861 outside the North Carolina Museum of History During the height of slavery in the Antebellum South.

Milton Presbyterian Church interior. Pews by Thomas Day. Free African American. Born in VA. Moved to NC in 1817 just prior to a law forbidding relocation. By 1850, Day's furniture business was the largest of its kind in North Carolina. He employed both white and black apprentices.

Interior of Milton Presbyterian Church.(This is similar look to the Church that I belong to now, Milton Presbyterian Church, Milton, WV.-our small Church has beautiful stain glass windows! God Loves You!

A Rosewood Rococo Revival style sofa by Thomas Day

Thomas Day Antebellum Free man of color Master Cabinetmaker

by Thomas Day

by Thomas Day

Classical bed by Thomas Day 1830s

This reproduction bed, built by the author from recycled pine, was based on a piece by Master Cabinetmaker Thomas Day.

Thomas Day's residence and workshop, Union Tavern, Milton, NC. Thomas Day Antebellum Free man of color Master Cabinetmaker

A bronze statue of Thomas Day 1801 1861 outside the North Carolina Museum of History During the height of slavery in the Antebellum South.

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