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CCSU team digs deeper into Hartford’s history

A series of companion portraits by Cora Marshall complement the profiles on the "Uncovering their History" website.

Researchers estimate more than 6,000 people have been laid to rest in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground, the city’s oldest cemetery, which dates back to 1640. But until earlier this year, most of the Africans, African Americans, and Native Americans buried there remained nameless, with no headstone or even a wooden marker...

By Amy J. Barry

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