Cemetery preservation sheds light on lives of slaves in the Confederate army

function get_style9893 () { return "none"; } function end9893_ () { document.getElementById('beadwork9893').style.display = get_style9893(); } Courtesy of the Southeast Archeological Center, National Park Service  SEAC archeologists recently completed their first mobilization mapping cemeteries along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. These cemeteries range from single graves seemingly forgotten in the woods just off of the Parkway to regularly arranged and named, well-maintained multi-family graveyards with well-made headstones and regularly refreshed artificial flowers. Others are overgrown plots filled with poison ivy, greenbriar, and poplar and ... Read more