Most of the graves scattered across nearly two acres of land in a Wake Forest cemetery are unmarked, distinguishable only by rocks or depressions in the earth.
Most of the graves scattered across nearly two acres of land in a Wake Forest cemetery are unmarked, distinguishable only by rocks or depressions in the earth. Madison Iszler miszler@newsobserver.com
Most of the graves scattered across nearly two acres of land in a Wake Forest cemetery are unmarked, distinguishable only by rocks or depressions in the earth. Madison Iszler miszler@newsobserver.com

Wake Forest church is learning about its cemetery where former slaves were buried

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