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March, 27th, 2006. The road to the end of St Bernard Parish, east of New Orleans. Seven months after the storm, cement coffins, filled with the original wooden coffins that were washed away by Hurricane Katrina and were collected from all over the area, await re-interring at Merrick cemetery, one of the oldest slave cemeteries in the south.
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