Boston African American National Historic Site works in partnership with the Museum of African
American History, the City of Boston, and private property owners to promote, preserve, and
interpret the history of Boston's free African American community on Beacon Hill in the 1800s.
It includes the homes, businesses, schools, and churches of a community that struggled
against the forces of slavery and injustice.

Management Documents:

Superintendent's Compendium

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Mailing Address:

15 State Street
9th Floor

Boston, MA 02109


(617) 742-5415
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