Yvonne Giles calls the African Cemetery No. 2 on East Seventh Street in Lexington her "haven."  She helped save it from serious neglect. "Now look at it," she said. "We are on the National Register and on tourist websites and in brochures and on tourist routes."
Yvonne Giles calls the African Cemetery No. 2 on East Seventh Street in Lexington her "haven." She helped save it from serious neglect. "Now look at it," she said. "We are on the National Register and on tourist websites and in brochures and on tourist routes." Herald-Leader
Yvonne Giles calls the African Cemetery No. 2 on East Seventh Street in Lexington her "haven." She helped save it from serious neglect. "Now look at it," she said. "We are on the National Register and on tourist websites and in brochures and on tourist routes." Herald-Leader

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