We continue our Black History Month series with a profile of cabinet maker Thomas Day who owned the largest furniture business in North Carolina during the height of slavery.
As part of our Black History Month series, we hear about the life of the successful cabinet maker Thomas Day. He was much more than just a cabinet maker. He also handcrafted ornate, decorative pieces for the home and highly sought after furniture. During the height of slavery, he owned the largest furniture making business in the state. Director of the Thomas Day Education Project Laurel Sneed.