Robert McClary and his daughter Robin McClary of New York walk away together after touring Robert's childhood home, which was a former slave home. He brought his wife, children and grandchildren to visit and tour Hobcaw Barony and also see the Baruch home where his mother worked. He grew up in one of the former slave homes on the 17,500-acre property in Friendfield Village in the 1930s before moving to Michigan for a better life.
Robert McClary and his daughter Robin McClary of New York walk away together after touring Robert's childhood home, which was a former slave home. He brought his wife, children and grandchildren to visit and tour Hobcaw Barony and also see the Baruch home where his mother worked. He grew up in one of the former slave homes on the 17,500-acre property in Friendfield Village in the 1930s before moving to Michigan for a better life. The Sun News
Robert McClary and his daughter Robin McClary of New York walk away together after touring Robert's childhood home, which was a former slave home. He brought his wife, children and grandchildren to visit and tour Hobcaw Barony and also see the Baruch home where his mother worked. He grew up in one of the former slave homes on the 17,500-acre property in Friendfield Village in the 1930s before moving to Michigan for a better life. The Sun News

Retracing footsteps to former slave home (with video)

May 18, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 18, 2010 10:51 AM

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