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NYPL.org Lists MAAP as City Resource

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April 2, 2008. The New York City Public Library included a link to CCNMTL's Mapping the African American Past (MAAP) project on the New York City Digital Collections page of its website. MAAP is a public website created to enhance the appreciation and study of significant sites and moments in the history of African Americans in New York from the early 17th century through the recent past.

Related links:
web link View the New York Public Library's Digital Collections page
web link Read more about Mapping the African American Past

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