On August 9, 2011, I published a brief article at http://goo.gl/tcfuO about a tragic situation at the the Richland Chambers Reservoir in Navarro County, Texas. One of the worst droughts in Texas history is helping archaeologists unearth a small piece of American history, a graveyard for freed slaves. Now the Corsicana Daily Sun has an update by Oliver Sheehan that gives the latest information.
You can read the new article at http://goo.gl/r8KGy.
My thanks to Roger Bartlett for telling me about the story.
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