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DeWolf family members and Ghanaian Beatrice Manu at a river ceremony in Ghana where captured Africans were brought for a last bath.

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Amishadai Sackitey

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DeWolf descendants walking to Narragansett Bay, Bristol, RI.

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Laura Wulf

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Whip and manacles reportedly found at The Mount, the mansion originally built by James DeWolf.

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Tom DeWolf

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Old DeWolf warehouse on the Bristol waterfront, built in 1818. Sugar and rum came and went here.

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Tom DeWolf

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Katrina Browne at Cape Coast Castle, Ghana, in a room where slave ship captains, including her ancestors, negotiated to purchase Africans.

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Elly Hale

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Tom DeWolf speaking with an African-American woman during a candlelight procession that was part of Panafest in Cape Coast, Ghana.

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Amishadai Sackitey

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DeWolf descendants looking at family records from the slave trade at the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society, Bristol, RI.

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Holly Fulton

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The Family of Ten at Cape Coast Castle, Ghana, July 2001(top, l to r) Dain Perry, Elizabeth Sturges Llerena, Katrina Browne, Jim Perry, Holly Fulton, Ledlie Laughlin, Keila DePoorter (bottom, l to r) Tom DeWolf, Elly Hale, James Perry.

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Courtesy of Katrina Browne

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Juanita Brown and Holly Fulton.

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Tom DeWolf

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Katrina Browne visiting Linden Place in Bristol, RI.

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Alla Kovgan

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Dain, Jim and James Perry at James DeWolf’s family cemetery in Bristol.

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Allie Humenuk

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DeWolf descendants meeting with Ghanaians, African-Americans, and others at the Town Hall, Cape Coast, Ghana.

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Liz Dory

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Fishing canoe, Cape Coast, Ghana.

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Liz Dory

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Katrina Browne and a Ghanaian child on the ramparts of Cape Coast Castle slave fort.

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Elly Hale

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DeWolf descendants discovering the ruins of George DeWolf’s “Noah’s Ark,” one of five plantations owned by DeWolfs in Cuba.

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Liz Dory

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Director Katrina Browne (in front), Director of Photography Liz Dory, and other members of the production crew filming in Bristol, RI.

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Laura Wulf

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Katrina Browne and Tom DeWolf.

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Emily Weir

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Director Katrina Browne.

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John Bell


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