By Andy Grabel, Manager, Public Affairs
The 3/4-mile Carver Nature Trail reflect young George Washington Carver's enthusiasm for the outdoors.
It can be found on trails and plantations, in meeting houses and modest homes. Black history pervades the senses at historic sites across the country where exhibits, collections, buildings, and the environment illuminate the lives of celebrated figures and provoke spirited conversation and debate. These places serve as an eternal flame to the memory of artists, abolitionists, scientists, and other visionaries who made their mark on history.
Want to see the historic sites where celebrated figures of black history walked, talked, and made their mark on the nation? A few sites to consider visiting include:... Read More →
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