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Freedom Fighters

Black and white portrait of one man, two women

Frederick Douglass Nat'l Historic Site

Find inspiration in the tireless struggle, brilliant words, and inclusive vision of Frederick Douglass at his Cedar Hill home.

Portrait of Harriet Tubman with spotted scarf covering her hair.

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad NHP

Dedicated to freedom, discover Harriet Tubman's role in the underground railroad and how she led nearly 70 enslaved people to freedom.

Black and white photo of marches carrying American flags.

Selma to Montgomery Nat'l Historic Trail

Follow the 54-mile trail that brought voting rights to central Alabama and connect with marchers stories along the way.

Keeping Culture Alive

Tuba players playing their instruments while walking down New Orleans street.

New Orleans Jazz Nat'l Historical Park

Dive into the world of jazz right in the heart of New Orleans while attending performances or touring the New Orleans Jazz Museum.

Closeup of colorful, round, woven basket

Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corr.

Spanning four states, The Gullah/Geechee corridor still runs strong with African culture. Visit and discover this slice of American history.

Two-story brick house with a porch and fence

Maggie L Walker National Historic Site

Explore the enduring legacy of Maggie L Walker, whose success and strength sets her apart as a leader for civil and women's rights.

National Park Getaways

A row of townhouses in front of rows of modern buildings

This Month's National Park Getaway

Discover the life and legacy of the remarkable founder of Black History Month at the Carter G. Woodson National Historic Site.

Roger Williams exhibit on long interior wall

Roger Williams National Memorial

Explore the heroic journey of Roger Williams, his quest for religious freedom in the new world, and how his influence is still felt today.

Steam engine train on a railroad track

Golden Spike National Historic Park

The nation was united coast to coast with the joining of the Transcontinental Railroad at Golden Spike National Historical Park in Utah.

Two-story abobe house ruins underneath a large shelter structure

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

Venture to the Sonoran Desert to get a glimpse into the lives of ancient communities that thrived at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.