‘No Pauper Burial Ground’: Uncovering Historically Black Cemeteries In Louisville And New Albany

The memories of people buried in historically black cemeteries are often lost due to poor record keeping and neglect. The Carnegie Center and Frazier History Museum have asked a panel to tell stories of notable figures buried in area black cemeteries. Then, at Fairview Cemetery a headstone will be unveiled for George Washington Carter, a prominent 19th-century businessman buried in an unmarked grave. —LEO

Saturday, Nov. 2

Carnegie Center for Art and History
10  a.m. | Registration required
201 E. Spring St., New Albany