Museum Resources

 The Museum Resource page of our website offers users access to several digital resources created by   SSAAM, which explore African American history and culture. Click on the links to explore:

  • YouTube: We have posted numerous SSAAM related videos and have included the channels of two of our most important partners, the Sourland Conservancy and the D&R Greenway Land Trust. Please be sure to subscribe to it today!

  • Friday Memory: Weekly blogs that feature a story that acknowledges the contributions and rich legacy of African American life.  

  • Publications: Check out books written by our very own Beverly Mills and Elaine Buck.

  • Mapping Application: This web mapping application allows users to search for sites of African American cultural and historical importance, from Virginia to Maine.

  • Dispatches: Explore African American current events,  history, and even travel. You'll never know what you'll find here!

  • Bookshelf: Looking for a book on the African American experience? Explore our Bookshelf, which contains titles read and reviewed by SSAAM members and others.

  • Monroe Work Today Project: An online mapping application that explores the lynching data compiled by the Tuskgegee Institute's Monroe Work.

  • "Geography of a Lynching" : A digital mapping project: that explores the circumstances of the 1911 lynching of Zachariah Walker, which garnered international recognition and condemnation.

  • "Tracking Down the Site of the Original AME Church on Sourland Mountain" : On April 20th 2021 three members of the SSAAM board (Ian Burrow, Laurie Cleveland and Bruce Daniels) examined the probable original site of the AME church that was the predecessor to our current museum building. Check out the link for details and photos.

  • "Giving Voice": Check out the first edition of the SSAAM newsletter, which features interviews with SSAAM board members, a listing of all of our donors, and all of our latest news!