1986.52.1 – Often on a plantation, the sound of the horn signaled the beginning of the work day for slaves. This horn belonged to William B. Randolph who was born into slavery in Tennessee in 1840-1842 and died in Bolivar County, MS, in 1927. According to his grandson who donated the horn, William B. Randolph blew the horn every morning to awaken slaves living on the Andrew Jackson Donelson, Jr. plantation in Bolivar County.

Horn whihc belonged to former slave, William B. Randolph.