Cemetery serves as silent sentinel of black history

Grand qualities have elevated Mount Hope to the National Register of Historic Places, a rare honor for a graveyard. Just off Fayetteville Street south of downtown, it contains a cross-section of Raleigh’s black history: Former slaves, barbers, shoemakers, professors and Raleigh’s first black mayor rest under Mount Hope’s rolling hills. Read More

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