MAAP | Mapping the African American Past

View of Latting's Hundred

The old wing long served as a general store and post office while the main house as an inn and family home. A succession of African Americans lived and worked here from 1739 until farming ceased in 1953. Today it is a private residence.

Creator: Rex Metcalf, Photographer

Source: Center for Public Archaeology at Hofstra University

Produced by CCNMTL, Chase, Teachers College, and CCI