Paul Barclay, professor of history, was part of an in-depth Express-Times article about the history and future of Easton Cemetery.

The article describes how Barclay’s detailed data collection from the 19th century cemetery’s records has revealed much about the history of Easton and the significant people whose headstones and monuments occupy the parklike site.

Among the Lafayette references in the May 7 article is Aaron Ogden Hoff, Class of 1836, the first Black student at Lafayette who’s buried in Easton Cemetery.

Read the article.

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