Driving Tour of African-American Historic Sites

T. C. Walker House
T. C. Walker House
Address
6467 Main Street
Gloucester, VA 23061
Region Chesapeake Bay
Locality Gloucester
Date(s)/Time:
Sunday, June 01, 2014 - Thursday, December 31, 2015
Phone: (866) 847-4887
Tourism Information: (804) 693-0014
Special Events Supervisor: (804) 693-1264
Fax: (804) 693-0061
Email tourism@gloucesterva.info
Website www.gloucesterva.info/Tourism/tabid/1046/Default.aspx
PDF of the tour www.gloucesterva.info/Portals/0/tourism/documents/africanamericanheritagetrailstour.pdf

Soon after the settlement of Jamestown, Gloucester County was formed from York County (1651). The African-American presence then and throughout the last 350 years was celebrated during the County's anniversary in 2001 and beyond. This heritage has significantly influenced the County's development and culture and the overall African-American culture. This is a driving tour of selected African American historic sites in Gloucester County. Visit 8 sites that have significantly influenced Gloucester's development and culture and the overall African American culture.  




Last Updated: 6/9/2014 9:21 AM
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