Memory & Landmarks made possible in part by The 1772 Foundation

Memory & Landmarks made possible in part by The 1772 Foundation

Memory & Landmarks is a brief report of the Burial Database Project of Enslaved Americans (Burial Database Project) which was based and developed at Fordham University by Sandra Arnold, a history and communication & media student. The primary goals of the Burial Database Project were to create a documentation process for burials and burial grounds of enslaved Americans in the United States and develop a publicly accessible national database.

The report details the outcome of the Burial Database Project and the new direction to engage communities in the protection and preservation of burial grounds of  enslaved Americans.

*    Click here to view flipbook.

*    Download the report here.