Hanford: Historic Sites in the Community

Explore the historic sites below to get a feel of what life was like during the Manhattan Project at Hanford and in the Tri-Cities. Some sites, like the Morning Star Baptist Church, reflect the social issues and norms of the time. The church was an important anchor for the African American community in a time when Blacks and Whites were segregated at Hanford and in the Tri-Cities. Together, the places below give glimpses into where workers and their families lived, what they did after hours, and where they shopped around town. Scroll down to learn more.

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    Last updated: January 13, 2023

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