Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

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Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

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Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]

Recurring

Discover Tryon Palace: Life on the Lesser Stairs

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern, NC, United States

The Palace often conjures images of the Governors and their families who called the building home. What often is missing from the picture, however, is the number of staff, free and enslaved, who cooked the food, cared for the horses, emptied the chamber pots, and anything else that was required to make a life of […]