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Slavery, Segregation & Staatsburgh: From Black Service to White Servants


In 1810, there were nine Black people enslaved on the Staatsburgh estate. In 1910, there were no recorded Black employees working inside Staatsburgh. What happened? Join Staatsburgh staff for a conversation - in-person and online - about their new research into this transition from a Black presence at Staatsburgh during the early 19th century to a total absence during the Gilded Age. "Slavery, Segregation & Staatsburgh" will be held in-person on Sunday, June 18 or via Zoom on Thursday, June 22. Reservations required: https://www.Bookeo.com/StaatsburghSHS Zoom link provided upon registration. Cost: free

Staatsburgh State Historic Site
  • 75 Mills Mansion Drive, Road 1
  • Staatsburg, NY 12580