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Early Black Life and Culture Walking Tour

Presented by Metropolitan Historical Commission at Fort Nashborough, Nashville TN

Ongoing
Early Black Life and Culture Walking Tour

1.5 hours, 1.2 miles, 11 sites

Uncover the buried history of early black life and culture in Nashville by exploring the lives and work of both free and enslaved African Americans. This tour was written by Dr. Lea Williams and co-narrated by TSU undergraduate student Maya Dunn and United Street Tours founder Chakita Patterson. The Early Black Life and Culture tour begins at Fort Nashborough and ends at the State Capitol.

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FREE

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LOCATION

Fort Nashborough

First Avenue North/Riverfront Park, Nashville, TN 37201
(Neighborhood: Downtown)

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