Monticello’s Mulberry Row was the focal point of Thomas Jefferson’s estate. For much of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, however, visitors paid little heed to this important part of the plantation. Most visitors wanted to see the main house. With the rise of African-American and social history in the past five decades, that has changed. Archaeologists and curators have done great work there to literally unearth the past. The trouble was that visitors could still do little more than imagine what life was like in the working parts of Monticello, especially those parts where the slaves lived and toiled. Professor Earl Mark of the University of Virginia is now trying to help us visualize what life was like there.