As Wendy Greenberg reports for Princeton magazine , Buck and Mills worked with an archaeologist and sought out the archival documentation needed to stop the project. After that success, they kept digging into historical materials. Working with local historical societies, the pair found old legal documents, newspaper advertisements, family Bibles and other records that fleshed out hundreds of years of black life in the area. Buck and Mills say they were shocked to learn that central New Jersey depended on enslaved people for labor well into the 19th century.
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The memoir of Elizabeth Keckly, a formerly enslaved woman who became a dressmaker to First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, struck a nerve when it was published in For decades after its publication, the book was difficult to find, and Keckly lived in relative obscurity. In black Washington, however, many African-Americans personally knew and admired her, and she remained a beloved figure. When journalist and Democratic political operative David Rankin Barbee claimed in that Keckly had not written the book and, remarkably, had never existed, one determined Washingtonian, an African-American high school teacher named John E.
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