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African-American Heritage Trail  

Mobile, AL
251-208-7281 (Reservations)

“The African-American Heritage Trail’s primary objective is to share Mobile's multicultural legacy through disclosure of the early Creoles de Color, African survivors from the Clotilda, the last slave ship to enter the United States in 1860; newly freed blacks who worshipped and built some of the oldest churches in Alabama, African-Americans who settled in an area named ironically for Jefferson Davis, Davis Avenue, and later renamed Dr. Martin Luther King Avenue; and the Civil Rights advocates integral to the desegregation of the city’s schools, workforce, and public offices.”

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Mobile Area Attractions

African-American Heritage Trail
GulfQuest National Maritime Museum
Portier House, The
Fort of Colonial Mobile, The
Phoenix Fire Museum
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center and IMAX Dome
Historic Oakleigh
Bragg-Mitchell Mansion
Conde-Charlotte House
Richards DAR House Museum, The


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