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Historic Preservation
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by Emily Hays | May 27, 2018
More than 50 people gathered Sunday afternoon to place flowers at Charlottesville’s historic Daughters of Zion Cemetery. The Decoration Day event is part of recent efforts to memorialize local African-American history. A charitable society of African-American women, the Daughters of Zion founded the graveyard in 1873, 10 years after ...
Credit: Emily Hays, Charlottesville Tomorrow
Bernadette Whitsett-Hammond, an organizer with The Preservers of the Daughters of Zion Cemetery, and Mackynzie Ramsey, four, view a panel on their ancestor at the "Gone But Not Forgotten" exhibit.
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