"No Pauper Burial Ground": Uncovering Historically Black Cemeteries in Louisville and New Albany
November 2, 2019
10 - 11 AM: Panel presentation at Carnegie Center for Art and History 201 E. Spring Street, New Albany, Indiana 47150
11:30 AM: George Washington Carter headstone unveiling at Fairview Cemetery
The Carnegie Center for Art and History and the Frazier History Museum partner to offer a panel presentation about historically black cemeteries in Louisville and New Albany. The panel will be followed by the unveiling of a headstone dedicated to prominent nineteenth-century businessman George Washington Carter at Fairview Cemetery in New Albany. The panel will take place at the Carnegie Center for Art and History on November 2 at 10:00 AM, and attendees are invited to the headstone unveiling at Fairview Cemetery immediately following at 11:30 AM.
This event is co-hosted by the Carnegie Center for Art and History and the Frazier History Museum, in partnership with the Friends of Fairview Cemetery and Friends of Eastern Cemetery. The panel presentation is generously supported by the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County.
For more information visit: http://www.carnegiecenter.org/events/nopauperburialground
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