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ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

Black New Yorkers, a survey of 400 years of African-American history in New York, tells the story of sixteen generations of New Yorkers in essays, prints, photographs, maps, manuscripts, tables, and newspapers.

Curator

Sylviane A. Diouf, PhD

Metadata

Angeline Beljour

Michael Mery

Image Scanner

Antony Toussaint

Cartographer

Mike Siegel, Rutgers Cartography

Web Design and Development

III Eye Digital, LLC

Arts and Artifacts Division: Tammi Lawson
Photographs and Prints Division: Mary Yearwood
Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division: Steven G. Fullwood
Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference Division: Maira Liriano

The exhibition is partly based on The Black New Yorkers: The Schomburg Illustrated Chronology by Howard Dodson, Christopher Moore, and Roberta Yancy (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2000).

The low-resolution images available on the website are suitable for immediate printing or downloading to provide good-quality reference copies for a wide range of educational, creative, and research purposes.

Most images can be found in NYPL Digital Collections using the number provided in the image credit line.

Copies of images from external repositories or individuals must be obtained directly from those repositories and individuals.

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For content inquiries:

scgenref@nypl.org

 

09
May
2016