Montpelier's architecture of separation

The Montpelier Foundation, which has restored James Madison's home to its original look, has also restored a small train depot. The restoration has returned the Jim Crow-era station to its original layout, including "white" and "colored" waiting rooms. Montpelier believes this helps make the history of segregation more emotionally palpable to new generations.

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