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Summarizes the discovery of a slave cemetery in New York City which dated back to the American Revolution. Uses maps, newspapers, drawings, contemporary photos, footage of the excavation, and interviews to explain the issues associated with using this African-American cultural and historical landmark. An executive order designated the area as a national landmark in 1993.

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History--U.S., Slavery, Black Culture
John Rhys-Davies

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