Park Ranger Ajena Rogers recounts her time interpreting Washington's Headquarters and her work researching the stories of the African American servant staff that supported George Washington's household during the Valley Forge encampment.
Rogers focuses on the story of Hannah Till, an enslaved pastry cook who worked for Washington, and about whom Rogers developed living history interpretive programming during the time that she worked at Valley Forge National Historical Park.
14 minutes, 6 seconds
NPS Video / Gregory Purifoy
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