MAAP | Mapping the African American Past

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. John F.E. Prud’homme engraving after William Bayley image.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church was a black center for worship, mutual aid, and activism throughout the 1800s. It was located at 31 Centre Street between Worth and Leonard until 1886.

Source: © Collection of the New-York Historical Society/Bridgeman Art Library

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