Southern Indiana woman is on a mission to identify unmarked African-American cemeteries

In her hands are dowsing rods; in her coat pocket are a screwdriver, wooden craft sticks and a red and a blue pen.

The red pen is to mark female graves, the blue is for male graves. The sticks are to mark the graves, the screwdriver is used to dig the holes to put the sticks in. The dowsing rods, two L-shaped metal rods, are the tools used to find the graves. Read More

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