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The untold story of black Indiana farmers who held onto their land
Lyles Station, Ind. is a 200 year old farming community that was settled by free African Americans before the Civil War. Stanley Madison grew up in Lyles Station and has dedicated his life to preserving the story of his ancestors.
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