Originally published 01/25/2018
“So many people said that it didn’t really happen that way, that we made the story up,” one woman said of the boat that brought her great-great-grandfather to America.
Originally published 02/18/2015
For the first time, British society could grasp the horrific conditions experienced by people who had little control over their fate. Centuries later, the haunting imagery of the ship’s cargo still resonates.
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