Howard D. Wright in the Talbird Cemetery, where he hopes 300 grave markers will be placed to honor local blacks who fought in the Civil War.
Howard D. Wright in the Talbird Cemetery, where he hopes 300 grave markers will be placed to honor local blacks who fought in the Civil War. David Lauderdale, The Island Packet
Howard D. Wright in the Talbird Cemetery, where he hopes 300 grave markers will be placed to honor local blacks who fought in the Civil War. David Lauderdale, The Island Packet

Man returns home to chronicle black veterans of Civil War

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