A tumbledown shack believed to be the only slave cabin left in Prince George's County will be restored in the field where it was found. In a unique twist, the cabin will be surrounded by million-dollar homes, most of which will probably be owned by African-Americans.
Over the next several months, archaeologists will dismantle the building, excavate its foundation in a hunt for artifacts and clues to its occupants, and then rebuild the cabin on the spot. An Associated Press article describes all this in some detail. You can read the article at http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/05/10/slave.cabin.ap/index.html