P.S. 48 students discover slave burial ground in Hunts Point

The Museum of New York City recently published

The Museum of New York City recently published 50,000 historic photos, one of which was an image titled "Slave Burying Ground" on Hunts Point Road. (January 24, 2014 6:19 PM)

Students in Hunts Point started studying a park and found that slaves from hundreds of years ago are buried there.

The Museum of New York City recently published 50,000 historic photos, one of which was an image titled "Slave Burying Ground" on Hunts Point Road. Locals wanted to know more, as did students from nearby P.S. 48. They found that Drake Park in Hunts Point was a burial ground for...

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