At any time during Martin Van Buren's twenty-one year residency, an intriguing collection of people lived within his home and in the nearby communities. There was a stream of family, politicians, friends, guests and children constantly coming and going. Additionally, there was a ever-changing mix of domestic and agricultural employees. Some of the workers were native born, many were immigrants, most were white, some were black. To read what some of the extensive research reveals about the people associated with Lindenwald and President Van Buren click on the links below.