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Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park

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Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, California

History buffs beware -- this park has an amazingly rich legacy like nowhere else in CA, offering illuminative information on a town dedicated to the dignity of the human spirit. Through the Read more...
History buffs beware -- this park has an amazingly rich legacy like nowhere else in CA, offering illuminative information on a town dedicated to the dignity of the human spirit. Through the preservation of this historic site as the only town in California completely founded, developed, and owned by African Americans, visitors can catch a glimpse into what life was like during the early 1900s. Offering nine restored buildings (including a schoolhouse, general store, library, etc.), camping opportunities, and events held throughout the year to commemorate the history, there is no shortage of wonder to be had at Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park.
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