• The Kitchen Cabin, Smokehouse and Tobacco Barn in the Distance

    Booker T Washington

    National Monument Virginia

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Friends of Booker T. Washington National Monument
 
Bucket with the words "Cast Down Your Bucket Where You Are" encircling it.
The Friends of Booker T. Washington National Monument Logo.
Friends of Booker T. Washington National Monument
 

Our Mission: In partnership with the National Park Service, The Friends support Booker T. Washington National Monument and its mission to preserve and protect the birth site and childhood home of Booker T. Washington and promote public awareness and appreciation for his legacy.

 
 

For more information:

E-mail the Friends.

Mail:
P.O. Box 755
Hardy, VA 24101

Telephone: (540)488-2122

Email address: FBTWNM@hotmail.com

Did You Know?

Photo of James and Elizabeth Burroughs

Booker T. Washington was born a slave on the farm of James and Elizabeth Burroughs on April 5, 1856.