New York's African Burial Ground National Monument was literally buried in the annals of history until 1991, when construction for a Federal office building commenced at 290 Broadway in today's Lower Manhattan. The final resting place for free and enslaved African New Yorkers through the seventeenth and eighteenth century, this site is an integral part of the Big Apple's historical record despite the lost years before it was rediscovered.
Featuring the handsome granite monument, this collectible hiking medallian is the perfect addition to any explorer's hiking stick. Stay in the city or head to more rural parks - African Burial Grounds National Monument will stay with you on your travels no matter where they take you.
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