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This is the grave of Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg. Muhlenberg, a son of the founder of the Lutheran Church in America, was a Pennsylvania minister and supporter of the American Revolution. He served in the Continental Congress in 1779 and 1780 and then in the Pennsylvania House from 1780-83. A big supporter of the Constitution and […]
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This is the grave of John D. Rockefeller. I hardly need to explain to you all who Rockefeller was. The wealthiest man in American history in real money, the Standard Oil monopolist took over 90% of the American oil industry using methods both legal and nefarious, as Ida Tarbell famously exposed. A Baptist prig who […]
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Slave Graves

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On April 4, 2016
This is an outstanding project to categorize the grave sites of slaves, in part in hopes of saving them before they are destroyed. This is what propelled me to create the National Burial Database of Enslaved Americans. When the database is completed, it will be the first national repository of information on the grave sites […]
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This is the grave of Bob Marshall, New York Jewish elite, socialist, forester, and wilderness advocate. A truly fascinating individual, Marshall grew up in the Jewish community of New York and Syracuse, where his father was a constitutional lawyer and champion of getting persecuted Russian Jews to move to the United States. His father was […]
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