Unknown African American burial ground rediscovered in Easton

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“Growing up they always called it the lot,” said Timothy Reilly, an Easton resident and town historian.
The place Reilly calls home has been passed down for generations. It sits across from “the lot” on Nesquehoning Street. The lot he’s talking about is now a park, but that’s not all …..

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