New York African Free Schools and Their Convention Legacies
Curators: Alyssa Amaral, Amy Fehr, Amanda M. Greenwell, Daniel J. Pfeiffer, Kaylee Jangula Mootz, and Mariel Smith. Taught by Anna Mae Duane, University of Connecticut, Fall 2016.
Edited by The Colored Conventions Project Exhibits Team: Sarah Patterson, Samantha de Vera, Simone Austin, and Kelli Coles.
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Previous Citation: Amaral, Alyssa, Amy Fehr, Amanda M. Greenwell, Daniel J. Pfeiffer, Kaylee Jangula Mootz, and Mariel Smith. “The Convention Legacy of the New York African Free Schools.” Omeka RSS. https://coloredconventions.org/exhibits/show/conventionlegacynyafs.