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Slave Burial Site in Wantaugh, Nassau County, NY

For Black History Month, reflections on the struggle of the Jackson family in the Town of Hempstead, New York, to make sure a pre-Civil War, slave burial ground, where members of their family are buried, is preserved. The plot is called the Herald Avenue Cemetery in Wantaugh. As of 2007, a recommendation was made to the town to give it historical preservation status. The Jackson family and black community leaders would like the town to take action to acknowledge and preserve the cemetery.

from MyFoxNY
Long Island Slave Burial Site
Saturday, 21 Feb 2009

“A humble burial ground on Long Island that pre-dates the Civil War is at the center of one family’s efforts to keep history alive. The land is the final resting place for slaves — and their descendants are determined that developers not disturb the land.”

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