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Published on Mar 12, 2012
In 1832, Irish immigrant railroad workers died of cholera and murder on "Duffy's Cut," a portion of the reailroad outside Philadelphia,Pennsylvania. For almost 180 years, they were lost to the world. Through the work of the Watson brothers, and others at Immaculata University, their fate became known to the world. This video is of the reburial service.