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The former slave quarters of Kirk-View Mansion are pictured, Feb. 7, 2015, at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park in Orrville, Alabama. The home was built for the Kirkpatrick family but was burned down in 1935. The slave quarters were originally built behind the mansion. Cahaba, also known as “Old Cahawba,” was Alabama’s state capital from 1819-1826 but was abandoned after the Civil War. It is now considered a ghost town. It is located in Dallas County near Selma, Alabama. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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The former slave quarters of Kirk-View Mansion are pictured, Feb. 7, 2015, at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park in Orrville, Alabama. The home was built for the Kirkpatrick family but was burned down in 1935. The slave quarters were originally built behind the mansion. Cahaba, also known as “Old Cahawba,” was Alabama’s state capital from 1819-1826 but was abandoned after the Civil War. It is now considered a ghost town. It is located in Dallas County near Selma, Alabama. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)