"The colony of New York in 1712."

Item

New York in 1712.png

Dublin Core

Title

"The colony of New York in 1712."

Subject

Illustration of the main streets of lower Manhattan and its geographic locations of the Slave Market, Fort George, City Hall, and Trinity's Church.

Description

Illustrated map of of New York in 1712 showcasing the Slave Market.

Creator

Powers, Bob.

Source

Curriculum Concepts International.

Publisher

"Place Detail: Slave Revolt of 1712," Mapping the African American Past (online), Teachers College, Columbia University.

Date

April 6, 1712

Contributor

Powers, Bob. Curriculum Concept Illustration. Teachers College, Columbia University.

Rights

N/A.

Relation

Illustration, map, cartographic.

Format

Still image, online image.

Language

English.

Type

Still image, online image.

Identifier

"Slave Revolt of 1712." Mapping the African American Past. https://maap.columbia.edu/image/view/780.html

Coverage

New York, NY, 18th century.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Illustration.

Physical Dimensions

N/A

Collection

Citation

Powers, Bob., “"The colony of New York in 1712.",” Silences of New York History, accessed June 13, 2021, https://silencesofnyhistory.org/items/show/112.

Geolocation