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"Miss Rosannah", 1817.

The Beautiful, Forgotten and Moving Graves of New England's Slaves

Louisa May Alcott's grave

Louisa May Alcott - - Find A Grave Photos

This photo project reveals the powerful history tucked into Rhode Island's cemeteries.

The Beautiful, Forgotten and Moving Graves of New England's Slaves

This photo project reveals the powerful history tucked into Rhode Island's cemeteries.

stringbean gravesite

stringbean gravesite

Lonnon and Hagar, 1727.

Lonnon and Hagar,

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Harry Chapin - An American singer-songwriter best known for his folk rock songs including "Taxi," "W*O*L*D," "Sniper", "Flowers Are Red," and the No. 1 hit "Cat's in the Cradle."

Harry Chapin - An American singer-songwriter best known for his folk rock songs including "Taxi," "W*O*L*D," "Sniper", "Flowers Are Red," and the No. 1 hit "Cat's in the Cradle.

"beloved Servt", 1765.

The Beautiful, Forgotten and Moving Graves of New England's Slaves

Laurel Clark (1961 - 2003) Astronaut, died in the space shuttle Columbia accident

Laurel Blair Salton Clark - American medical doctor, United States Navy Captain, NASA astronaut and Space Shuttle mission specialist. Clark died along with her six fellow crew members in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

The Last New England Vampire  In the late 18th and early 19th centuries there was a widespread belief in vampires throughout New England. The vampiric condition became associated with the deadly Tuberculosis, a disease misunderstood at the time and therefore the cause of much superstition.

Opening Mercy’s coffin, the onlookers were shocked to see that Mercy’s body was in pristine condition. Read the real Mercy Brown vampire story.

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