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How one Black family is making inroads in the largely White world of historic home renovation

Jamie, 39, and her husband, Frantz, 41, a technology engineer, were in the process of restoring a circa 1834 mansion in Oyster Bay, NY when they purchased the stately Colonial-style home in 2018 , they were apprehensive about its history. But they soon discover that their new home was once owned by a prominent New York judge and abolitionist, William Townsend McCoun.

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