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The home was built by Eliza Henderson and at one time owned by Fred Foote.

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Fred Foote, Sr while enslaved purchased 28 acres in 1864, two more in 1866, two more 1884, and then nine prior to his death. Today is Eden Center, Koons Ford and Seven Corners Shopping Center.

Senate Bill to reimburse F. Foote $1,095 for stores and supplies taken from him during the Civil War

A collaborative project between: African and African American Studies, George Mason University, and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. Funding was provided in part by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.