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Subject: African American cemetaries?
Posted by: lyndia jprof
Date/Time: 2011-09-29 8:29 a.m.
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never heard of the cemeteries listed. in the area aroung prescott most blacks are buried at washington hill in boughton, snell in emmet, deann in prescott, craven has a few-most unmarked. then there is green hill and antioch near blevins and the name of the one in okolona escapes me. deann has 3 sections-the old/early, then the segregated section where blacks are buried and still are if you already have a lot and the "new" section that is intergrated. There's another around Laneburg, but I know little about lower nevada county


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