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Places to Visit from Black History

The student of African-American history will find many interesting historic sites across the country. Here are some of those our editors have visited as well as some we will when we get the chance.
Buffalo Soldier Memorial
Junction City, Kansas

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A larger-than-life African-American soldier leads his horse westward in tribute to the 9th and 10th Cavalry regiments.

John Brown Memorial Park
Osawatomie, KS

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Statues and monuments stand in honor of John Brown and the men who fought with him on the site of the Battle of Ossawotamie in Eastern Kansas.

Brown vs Board of Education National Historic Site
Topeka, KS

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A formerly-segregated school bears testimony to the decisions that ended 'Seperate but equal' 50 years ago.

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