Presented by the African American Archive of Columbia County, in partnership with the Columbia County Historical Society
Presented by Dr. Andrea Mosterman
Sunday, March 12, 2023 at 3 p.m.
This free lecture in person at Hudson Area Library and online via Zoom.
Dr. Andrea Mosterman is an Associate Professor Atlantic History, Joseph Tregle Professor in Early American History, University of New Orleans, and author of Spaces of Enslavement: A History of Slavery and Resistance in Dutch New York.
This talk will explore:
- Structure of slavery in Albany and Columbia counties, exploring the differences between urban and farming communities
- Structure of slavery in small communities such as Kinderhook — number of slave owners, family names, number of slaves per household
- Lived experiences of enslaved people in Columbia County, documented with photos of existing houses in Kinderhook
- How enslaved peoples worshipped, and how they were buried