In the final installment of the Gabber’s special series on forgotten cemeteries in Pinellas, our historian takes a look at Rose Cemetery and the future.
Part seven of the Gabber’s special series on forgotten and historically Black cemeteries in Pinellas County focuses on Whispering Souls African American Cemetery.
In part six of “A Grave Situation,” we take a look at segregation-era schools in Pinellas, and the forgotten bodies under a Black high school.
In part five of the Gabber’s eight-part series on forgotten and historically Black cemeteries in Pinellas County, we visit Oakhurst Cemetery in Seminole.
Part four of our series on forgotten cemeteries in Pinellas County looks at the Gas Plant district and the construction of present-day Tropicana Field.
Part Three of A Grave Situation looks at the appropriation and desecration of ancient Indian burial mounds in Pinellas County.
In part two of our special series, we dive deeper into the history of Lincoln Cemetery and other historically Black burial grounds in the county.
This week, a historian who has done the primary research on the historically Black cemeteries in Pinellas gives us the first of eight articles on this heartbreaking subject.
Exhuming the past of Lincoln and forgotten cemeteries in Pinellas: An eight-part series special to the Gabber.