The History Of The New-York African Free-Schools

The history of the New-York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787, to the present time..., 1830. Illustration of the school, 'Engraved from a drawing taken by P. Reason, a pupil, aged 13 years'. Patrick Henry Reason, one of the earliest African-American engravers, became known for his depiction of a chained slave that served as the emblem for the British anti-slavery movement. Creator: Unknown. (Photo by Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
The history of the New-York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787, to the present time..., 1830. Illustration of the school, 'Engraved from a drawing taken by P. Reason, a pupil, aged 13 years'. Patrick Henry Reason, one of the earliest African-American engravers, became known for his depiction of a chained slave that served as the emblem for the British anti-slavery movement. Creator: Unknown. (Photo by Heritage Art/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
The History Of The New-York African Free-Schools
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Hulton Archive
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01 January, 1830
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