When a wealthy Mississippi plantation owner died in 1836, he left a will stipulating that his slaves be freed and repatriated to the colony of Liberia in Africa. An investigative journalist tells the saga of the slaves of Prospect Hill Plantation and examines their legacy in Liberia today.


  • Alan Huffman Freelance journalist and author of "Mississippi in Africa".

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