Seneca Village Remembered

Seneca Village Remembered
More than history is underfoot in Central Park where Seneca Village thrived from 1825 to 1853.  For more than two decades, scholar/public historian Cynthia R. Copeland has emphasized that enterprising 19th century Americans of African descent owned a portion of Central Park’s 843-acre real estate.  Before Central Park was known by its famous name, Seneca Village […]

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