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The Cadaver Trade

Good essay from historian Daina Ramey Berry on the horrible 19th century trade in human bodies you don’t know about: the cadaver trade. There was plenty of weird cadaver trading of white bodies and a burgeoning trade in bodies from various parts of the globe, as scientific racism took over. But much of this trade […]
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