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Save the Slaves
"If they could not rest in life, let them in death!"
        An Historical slave cemetery has been found in Wake Forest, North Carolina. This grave site was found 10 ten years ago by John Hebert. He kept it a secret to keep it safe so people would not come in and try to steal artifacts. It's probably the only true place where they can rest, originally the Wake County Board of Education wanted to build over it. It's a historical site that should not be forgotten.  Don't let the suffering of  40-50 slaves be tread on.  Please with your help we can preserve this piece of history for everyone to enjoy! 


*Please make your $6.00 donation today before it is too late!

Please help us purchase this land and preseve this history forever!  We need 1 million people to make a $6.00 donation. 

          We need everyone to help! 


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           *Important update: 4-5-2011*

The Wake County Commissioners are planning to sell this Historic piece of land because they never should have bought it in the first place.  Please help us preserve this history for everyone to enjoy. Contact The Wake County Commissioners and ask them to help us preserve this History and make it a park for everyone to enjoy.  

This land is nothing but solid granite! It is not worth building on because the amount of blasting will destroy neighboring homes!

http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?section=news/local&id=6969556


It will destroy our Great North Carolina History forever!


http://www.wakegov.com/commissioners/default.htm


"The only thing new in this world is the history we don't know"

Harry S. Truman


We have found someone related to Lucy Ann Dunn.  There is much more history that we could have ever imagined 10-5-2011!   

There are 80 to 100 head and foot stones in this Historic Cemetery.  Each flag represents a person who has been resting in PEACE for over 150 years.  Please help us to keep them here.  Would you want your families final resting place disturbed.  

PLEASE...WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW TIME IS RUNNING OUT! 

Your $6.00 donation can help preserve history forever!

                 This headstone below looks to have African carvings






It is on public record and it states "The land originally being owned in 1875 by Peterson Dunn and wife, Elizabeth Dunn.  Refer to a slaves story: Lucy Ann Dunn a slave of Peterson Dunn. 

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WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN GET!
"The only thing new in this world is the history you don't know"
-Harry S. Truman


This Important part of North Carolina History should NEVER be forgotten!
Thank you for your donation



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