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Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal) Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

The Le Petit Senegal is a typical Senegal in New York. 

The Petit populace is known for their traditional meat and fish dishes, soccer, energetic filmmaking, and their Tam Tam music depicting their cultural richness. However, you do not have to go all the way down to Senegal just to capture and experience this culture. Based on research, it is reported that there are roughly 13,000 Senagelese-Americans in the United States. Many of them migrated to America due to the slave trade. Today, roughly 6,000 Sengelese are residing in New York City in uptown Manhattan, majorly living along with 116th street in the neighbourhood that is referred to as Little Senegal. 


Little Senegal is a neighbourhood in the New York City borough. It is a smaller section in the much larger Harlem neighborhood map. The region’s main streets are the block surrounding West 116th Street between Lenox Avenue/ Malcolm X BI on the east and Frederick Douglass the West. 


Le Petit is one of the rich parts of New York and the major shopping and social area for many of Harlem’s West African expatriates. 

At the beginning of the 20th century, several African-Americans migrated from the southern United States into the neighbourhood because of the jobs and opportunities related to urban life. 

However, in the last 30 years, another group of people has decided to call Harlem home, and you can find it on NYC neighbourhood map with streets

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