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What happened to the Clotilda? Last U.S. slave ship may have been unearthed
Ben Raines, a reporter for the Birmingham News, described on Jan. 24 his discovery of remains believed to be the last vessel to bring enslaved Africans to the U.S. nearly 160 years ago.
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