Mingus Mill Slave Cemetery History And How To Find It
A lot of people who visit Mingus Mill in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park have no idea that there is a slave cemetery adjacent to the parking lot. Off the trails of Mingus Mill and up a hill, lies a small cemetery beneath the trees. It is not known exactly who’s buried here. It is recognized by the National Parks Service as the Enloe Slave Cemetery. Follow our NewsBreak account for more content Click the link on the profile to check out all of our social media accounts. Thanks! ✉️ Email ► firstname.lastname@example.org
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