Uptown’s Forgotten Slave Cemetery
Slavery was abolished in New York in 1827. Prior to that, the Dyckmans, Nagles, and other Uptown families, made use of enslaved labor.
Videos to premiere on IAW Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube at 7pm, and will be available for viewing after.
Videos created by Cole Thompson. Lost Inwood is a collaboration between Don Rice and Cole Thompson.
In the summer of 1909, a full decade before women were granted the right to vote, members of the Suffragist movement spilled out of the 215th Street IRT station, by subway, trolley and some likely in horse and carriage to discuss a radical concept—voting rights for women.
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