Spotsylvania County, in an effort to educate the public, inspire local pride and promote appreciation for the County’s African American contributions to our history, has created an African American Heritage Driving Trail. This trail will not only encourage citizens but also visitors to explore, learn, appreciate and preserve the County’s local African American historical resources. The County was able to put this project together because of a Preserve America Grant from the National park Service, Department of Interior.
Approximately 41 sites were designated as having historical significance around the County. Of the 41 sites, a site selection committee narrowed down the actual trail stopping points to 11 sites. These 11 sites combine 23 historic African American events, people or places.
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