To tell its story, Slavery in New York will bring together more than 100 original artifacts and art objects, 40 original documents, and reproductions of another 200-plus historic documents and images. In addition, the exhibition will feature more than 20 art pieces newly commissioned for this show; 27 multi-media presentations; four visitor-talkback monitors; five computer-interactive learning stations; and three special school-group educational activity areas, with hands-on learning opportunities.

Important objects from the New-York Historical Society collections. (click to see list)

Objects borrowed by the New-York Historical Society for the Slavery in New York exhibition. (click to see list)