In Savannah, Georgia, contractors have found artifacts that were believed to be owned by slaves from the William Miller plantation. As workers excavated the site for a new highway, archeologists were called as part of the transportation department’s federal requirements. They have been searching through the area for three months.
William Miller was a Savannah, Georgia attorney. He took ownership of the land in the late 1850’s after planters.
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