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Afro-Americans in New Jersey


African Burying Ground Douglas 1841

Afro-Americans in New Jersey: a short history. Giles R. Wright; Trenton, NJ, New Jersey Historical Commission, 1989. picture: Portion of the 1841 Douglass Map Showing the Location of the African Burying Ground near the Intersection of Pine St. and Johnston Ave. Courtesy Jersey City Free Public Library

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