This interactive story map celebrates New York City's African American history through designated landmarks and historic districts. It highlights landmarks and historic districts that illustrate the experiences and achievements of African Americans.
This interactive story map highlights landmarks associated with the city's abolitionist history, from buildings that housed people and institutions engaged in the anti-slavery movement to free black communities.
This interactive story map celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Greenwich Village Historic District's designation. It illustrates how the district was created and how LPC regulation has guided its protection and enhancement of its special character over the past 50 years.
This interactive story map outlines the architectural and social development of the district, as well as the people and institutions that shaped Harlem's history and culture, and brought social change in the United States.