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Title: Shirley-Eustis Place Landmark Designation
Language: English
Event Date: 8/20/2021
Department: Cable Office
Mayor's Office
Roxbury's Shirley-Eustis Place is well known as one of the last remaining Colonial-era governor's mansions, but the enslaved people who lived there are often glossed over. On the 402nd anniversary of the day slaves from Africa arrived on the shores of Virginia, Mayor Janey and State Representative Liz Miranda commemorate the hidden history of the slaves who lived on the grounds of Shirley-Eustis Place by recognizing it as a historic landmark in the City of Boston.

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