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New archaeological excavations at the Great Dismal Swamp, near my hometown in Virginia, continue to yield fascinating finds, highlighting the world of run-away slaves and the Underground Railroad. I have written about the excavations in two previous posts: “Archaeology in … Continue reading
Archaeologists in the Great Dismal Swamp (right where I grew up) are researching and exploring the swamp area that served as a refuge for run away slaves and those operating on the underground railroad. The swamp, originally 2,000 square miles of … Continue reading