Asheville, North Carolina, Organizes Historic Slave Deeds Online
Those words, written in ink with flourishes and curls, aren’t fiction. They reflect the ugly realities 150 years ago and beyond, when African-American children, parents and grandparents in Buncombe County were bought and sold alongside pieces of real estate, wagonloads of cotton or a prized hog or heifer.
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