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Once a janitor, James Battle may be the only African American to advance from a position of service on Cooper Street to heading his own household.

White granite became a popular choice for dinnerware in the mid-nineteenth century because it had the appearance of porcelain but was less expensive and more durable. Pieces were often decorated with natural motifs.
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