"African-Native American Lives in the Americas" - Radmilla Cody, Miss Navajo poses with her grandmother. The image is part of "IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas" at the Institute of Texan Cultures.
Three years after Burr Oak Cemetery workers were accused of reselling grave plots, the litigation and one criminal case have been closed. But for some families, the settlement payments reopen old wounds.
I don’t know who all is in this photograph but I know for sure that the standing girl in pigtails is my Great Grandmother Cora Packer, the woman with the boy in her lap is her mother Flora (Massy) Packer, the boy is her brother James Arthur Packer, and the girl sitting down in front is Cora’s sister, Pearl Packer.
Louis boy is reburied 90 years after death as overgrown cemetery gets help