Orange and blue flags mark the location of unmarked slave graves just outside the cemetery behind Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church. Developers plan to build an access road to link the new TopGolf facility and almost 400 apartments to the road.
Orange and blue flags mark the location of unmarked slave graves just outside the cemetery behind Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church. Developers plan to build an access road to link the new TopGolf facility and almost 400 apartments to the road. Alex Kormann akormann@charlotteobserver.com
Orange and blue flags mark the location of unmarked slave graves just outside the cemetery behind Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church. Developers plan to build an access road to link the new TopGolf facility and almost 400 apartments to the road. Alex Kormann akormann@charlotteobserver.com
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Proposed Topgolf, apartments expose piece of Charlotte’s history: Unmarked slave cemetery

June 28, 2017 6:53 AM

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