Open to: Grades K–12 Teachers
Opportunity at a Glance: The African American and Irish immigrant community of Seneca Village offers a unique lens to explore the lives of African Americans who lived in New York City during the nineteenth-century. The research pioneered by the Institute to Explore Seneca Village History gives a voice to the urban experience of African Americans who lived during this turbulent antebellum period.
During this session, participants will learn about how this research provides a space to train students and the community on how historical archaeology can be used to unearth the complexity of the African American experience in Gotham.
This session is free—CTLE credit eligible.
Key dates: Thursday June 9 from 10:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Registration deadline: Wednesday June 8
Take action: Register here
For more information: PL@amnh.org