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A closer look at the intricately carved stones of a centuries-old burying ground. Quamino was born on the Gold Coast of what is now Ghana around and traveled captive across the Atlantic on a slave ship. She married another African, John Quamino, who had been sent by his prosperous Ghanaian family to learn a trade in North America.
By Paul Davis. But, overall, the slaves left few, if any, journals or diaries to illuminate what they thought or how they felt. The absence of written material forces historians to rely on tombstones, newspaper s, wills, court records and the documents of slave owners and abolitionists to piece together an of their lives. Both men were slaves.
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