2006: “Owned in Life, Owned in Death: The Pine Street African and African-American Burial Ground in Kingston, New York. By Joseph E. Diamond

August 25, 2010 § Leave a comment

Joseph E. Diamond, Ph.D - SUNY Albany

This wonderful article was written by Joseph E. Diamond Ph.D. and came out in the Northeast Historical Archaeology/Vol. 35 in 2006.

(Special thanks to Andrew Kirschner for sharing these materials).

“Owned in Life, Owned in Death: The Pine Street African and African-American Burial Ground in Kingston, New York” by Joseph E. Diamond Ph.D.

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