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Descendants of Georgetown Slaves Reunite – Georgetown University The Hoya

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Descendants of Georgetown Slaves Reunite
Georgetown University The Hoya
The GU272 Descendants Association hosted a reunion Saturday to bring together about 500 of the descendants of the 272 slaves sold to Louisiana by the Maryland Society of Jesus in 1838 to save Georgetown University from bankruptcy. … About 500

About Tracing the 272 – Georgetown University The Hoya

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About Tracing the 272
Georgetown University The Hoya
As Georgetown University has committed itself as an institution dedicated to reconciling with the impact and resulting obligations of the legacy of slavery, The Hoya seeks to investigate what exactly constitutes that legacy. The descendants of the

Their Ancestors Were Sold to Save Georgetown. 180 Years Later, Descendants Expand Their Roots. – Georgetown University The Hoya

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Their Ancestors Were Sold to Save Georgetown. 180 Years Later, Descendants Expand Their Roots.
Georgetown University The Hoya
Fourteen years ago, the family of Lee Baker, a 63-year-old theology teacher in New Orleans, unlocked a secret in their family history: They were descendants of slaves sold by the Society of Jesus in Maryland to four plantations in Louisiana in 1838

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