Historians at Stagville Plantation stitch together details of enslaved people’s lives

By Cee Cee Huffman

Stagville Plantation in Durham once housed almost a thousand enslaved people. ( Nathan Klima / UNC Media Hub)

Durham’s Stagville Plantation was once home to nearly one thousand enslaved people. Today, historians are working to piece together their lives.

As Black History Month comes to a close, Cee Cee Huffman reports on the plantation and the lingering memory of slavery in the Triangle.

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