The history and culture of the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site emcompasses a wide variety of people, places, stories and ideas. Each of these areas became part of Maggie L. Walker's life as she became a leading civil rights activist, fraternal leader and enterprising entrepreneur in Richmond, Virginia. Explore the people, places and stories that made Maggie L. Walker who she was.
The matrons of the Independent Order of St. Luke are just some of the people who helped Maggie L. Walker during her lifetime
The St. Luke Penny Savings Bank is just one of the places that tells the success of Maggie L. Walker
The establishment and use of the St. Luke Herald is just one of the stories of Maggie L. Walker's life
Last updated: September 25, 2020