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How to Donate to the REALM Memorial Now!

  Since 2018, we at REALM (Recognizing Enslaved Africans of Larchmont-Mamaroneck) have been striving to fulfill our mission to honor the history, humanity and contributions of the 147 Africans enslaved in Mamaroneck Township from 1698 to 1817. We researched the relevant background (see Slavery in Mamaroneck), studied similar efforts from across the country and opted…

REALM Request for Expressions of Interest from Artists

The Project in Brief: Call for Artists The community-based group known as REALM (Recognizing Enslaved Africans of Larchmont and Mamaroneck) is looking for artists to submit proposals for a memorial honoring the contributions of the 147 enslaved persons who resided in Mamaroneck Township from 1698 to 1817. The memorial will be placed in front of the…

George R. Baxter

Born: abt 1840 Born in: Mamaroneck Enlisted: 1863 Service: 5th Infantry 1862 Enrollment, Additional Source: Town 1863 List

Mamaroneck History Home Page

Mamaroneck History Home Page Slavery Home Page Civil War Home Page (under construction) SLAVERY Documentation Slaveholders and Slaves: The List Articles: Slavery in Mamaroneck Township: Remembering Bet, Phelby… Two Local Slaves “Recaptured” More Slaves At Heathcote Hill Local Slaves Found in Canada Joseph Stewart, “Governor” Slave  CIVIL WAR (under construction) About Mamaroneck History At you will find…

Slaveholders and Slaves: The List

Home •Documentation •Slaveholders and Slaves: The List •Small Family Memories Articles: •Slavery in Mamaroneck Township: Remembering Bet, Phelby… •Two Local Slaves “Recaptured” •More Slaves At Heathcote Hill •Local Slaves Found in Canada •Joseph Stewart, “Governor” Slave  Slaveholders and Slaves in Mamaroneck Township  Revised: January 31, 2021 Slaveholder Slaves What We Know Captain James Mott Male, name unknown…

Mamaroneck History

Here you will find descriptions, documents, photographs and other resources pertaining to the early history of Mamaroneck Town and its two villages, Larchmont and Mamaroneck. The site is maintained by residents who aim to discover and share what they have learned about our community.


Memorials: This is where you find all the war memorials.