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Samuel Deming House

Merchant Samuel Deming (b. 1798) traded goods from all over the world here. When the Mende Africans of La Amistad arrived in Farmington, Samuel Deming provided second-floor quarters at his store for the men and a boy, Kale, until a dormitory was built for the men on Austin F. Williams’ land. The space was later set up as a school where they attended classes for five hours a day, six days a week. Although the property is privately owned, it is operated as Your Village Store.

This site is privately owned and not open to the public.


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