Students That Discovered Slave Burial Ground Hold Dedication Ceremony - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

From colonial times to two decades before the Civil War, African American slaves were buried on a plot of land in what was then an island in the middle of a marsh in the Bronx. Over time, the burial ground, which was marked only with crude tombstones, was forgotten. Now, however, thanks to historical and archeological research by a few groups of fourth graders, not only has the slave burial ground been rediscovered, the people interred there are being properly memorialized.



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