A digital recreation of lost structures at Monticello brings parts of Thomas Jefferson’s home back to life for visitors.
Today, little remains on Mulberry Row—a workman’s house and later a textile workshop, part of the original stable, and a few visible foundations along a row of newly planted mulberry trees.
Until this spring, visitors had to imagine what the structures looked like and the lives and activities that filled them.
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