The Many Voices of Colonial America


The Charleston Dining and Drawing Rooms came from the 1772 home of Col. John Stuart, who served as Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Britain’s southern colonies and was also an owner of enslaved Africans. For over 80 years, the rooms have been interpreted as late-1700s interiors featuring high-style Chippendale and Federal-style American and English furniture and objects.

Start Date
Saturday, April 22, 2017
End Date
Sunday, April 15, 2018
Minneapolis Art Institute

The Many Voices of Colonial America

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