Old Frenchman Place Graveyard in The Hamlet (Location)

Text: 
Display Label: 
Graveyard
Type: 
Cemetery
Authority : 
Text (when unambiguous)
Other Texts Location Appears In: 
X: 
1940
Y: 
1485
Description: 

The old Frenchman's body lies, along with the remains of many of his slaves, whom the narrator refers to as "the progenitors of saxophone players in Harlem," "beneath the weathered and illegible headstones" on a knoll four hundred yards away from the big house (375).

Role: 
Only Mentioned in Text
Status: 
Continuous

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