A Future Look at the Preservation of Virginia’s African American Cemeteries – Horizons, Virginia Africana Associates
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A Future Look at the Preservation of Virginia’s African American Cemeteries – Horizons, Virginia Africana Associates

A Future Look at the Preservation of Virginia’s African American Cemeteries – Horizons, Virginia Africana Associates

A collaborative article on the current preservation efforts of Richmond, Virginia’s African American cemeteries: Evergreen, East End, and Woodland. We include this article here as many folks that we’ve researched in Evergreen Cemetery have family connections to Oak Lawn Cemetery, Suffolk, Virginia.

Nadia Orton
pacificadare@gmail.com

Professional genealogist and public historian. Graduate of Duke University. President of the Sacred Grounds Project, Inc. Studying historic African American cemeteries and communities.

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