The Port of Savannah used to export cotton picked by enslaved laborers and brought from Alabama to Georgia on slave-built railways. Cotton is still a top product processed through this port. Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Joshua F.J. Inwood, Penn State and Anna Livia Brand, University of California, BerkeleyAmerican cities from Atlanta to New York City still use buildings, roads, ports and rail lines built by enslaved people.
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