The Trask family of western Massachusetts ran a cotton empire valued upwards of $4 million, all while largely remaining residents of the northeast United States. Discover how shared DNA among a group of more than 100 people who descend from their formerly enslaved lead to the discovery of one of the most documented groups of enslaved people before the Civil War.
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