Portion Of An 1837
Map For The Village Of Auburn
In the southeast corner of the Auburn NY map shown below, seven houses appear
in a small area noted as "Negro Settlement, New Guinea," bounded by Mechanic
Street, Mill Street, and the Owasco Outlet."
Reprint copies of the 1837 Village Of Auburn [NY] map are available
by contacting The Cayuga County
NY Historian's Office
This website was developed as part of the
"Survey of Sites Relating to the Underground Railroad, Abolitionism, and African American Life
in Auburn and Cayuga County, 1820-1870"
Sponsored by the City of Auburn Historic Resources Review Board
Funded by Preserve New York, a grant program of the Preservation League of New York State and
the New York State Council on the Arts.
Coordinated by Judith Wellman, Historical New York Research Associates -
Compiled in cooperation with the Cayuga County, New York, Historian's Office
Publish on the Internet by The Cayuga County NYGenWeb Project
- Links To Other Websites Of Related Interest -
African-Americans In Cayuga Co. NY Census Records 1820-1870 || www.tourauburnny.com ||
City of Auburn Historic Resources Review Board || Cayuga County NYGenWeb Project Maps Website ||
Cayuga County NY Historian's Office || Cayuga Museum Of History & Art ||
Cayuga County NY Office Of Tourism Website || Harriet Tubman Home || Howland Stone Store Museum ||
Preservation League of NYS and the NYS Council on the Arts || Seward House || Seymour Public Library
|| Links to images from the 'Town of Aurelius Minutes Book'
containing information on manumated slaves- See pages 439-445