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Ping, ping, ping. He wondered if the whole of Richmond waited to hear his anvil beat, for his wake-up bell would often bring in a horse or two to be shod, a rifle or a pistol for repair, or an urgent plea to fix a broken-off key. Nearly all the workings of the capital city could be made or repaired with a fire, an anvil, and a hammer or two. At the start of each day and in between jobs, Gabriel and Solomon forged nails. So many new houses and public buildings and shops were going up that Richmond could use every nail the boys would make and more.
Hands from all over the countryside now came to help build houses and cut new roads. Mr. Prosser had even hired out Gabriel’s brother Martin to work on the capitol building, for, like the city itself, the statehouse stood partly unfinished. Gabriel thought Thomas Jefferson’s capitol, high atop Shockoe Hill, was much finer than Brookfield. All the land had been cleared around the white, rectangular building, with Roman columns that lined a sweeping portico looking out over the river. My brother helped make this place, and now Solomon and me will build the city, too.
Ma pressed against the tree and stroked her stomach while the blood continued to flow; Gabriel wiped pearls of sweat from her brow. He blew a cool breath over Ma’s temple, the way she always did for him on every August night. Ma leaned on Gabriel to deliver her fourth son. The child crowned quickly and, with a cord wrapped around his neck, took not one breath. Holding her stillborn infant close to her heart, Ma said to Gabriel, “Your brother here, he’s like Pa. Little One couldn’t wait around for freedom to reach Brookfield.