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African American Studies: Slavery in New York

This guide highlights African American Studies resources that are available via the Fordham University Libraries.

Slavery in New York State

Try the following background resources to learn about the abolition of slavery in New York:

Selection of Books

decorative  As always, please check the library catalog for additional books on this topic.

Laws

Open Access Digital Collections

The African Burial Ground in New York City

Pierre Toussaint Resources

Additional Resources & Guides

Census Resources

Public History Projects

Sojourner Truth Resources

Reference & Instruction Department

Reference & Instruction Department
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