FILE - This June 9, 2008 image provided by the Monticello Foundation shows one of the original structures on Mulberry Row at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate in Charlottesville, Va.

 

              FILE - This June 9, 2008 image provided by the Monticello Foundation shows one of the original structures on Mulberry Row at Thomas Jefferson
FILE - This June 9, 2008 image provided by the Monticello Foundation shows one of the original structures on Mulberry Row at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate in Charlottesville, Va. A $10 million gift from a Washington philanthropist is poised to transform Monticello by helping visitors see the full plantation, including its history with slavery. David Rubenstein, the co-CEO of The Carlyle Group private equity firm, is announcing one of the largest gifts ever for Monticello. It will fund the reconstruction of Mulberry Row, the community where slaves and workers lived on the Virginia plantation. Monticello officials plan to rebuild at least two log buildings where slaves worked and lived. (AP Photo/Monticello Foundation)