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Join us for the Historic Lincolnville Walk on Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 9:00am. During this hour-long walk of history, Ms. Cora Tyson’s grandson recalls the Civil Rights Movement and African American heritage of this historic neighborhood.

Ms. Tyson was not only a graduate of the Excelsior High School where the Lincolnville Museum calls its home, she was a friend and host of Dr. Martin Luther King and many others who needed a home away from home to strategize and seek comfort during this dark period of St. Augustine’s history.

Mr. McClain is a Trustee of St. Paul’s AME Church and has been actively serving the St. Augustine and Hastings Black community.

Please wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a refillable water container for the Historic Lincolnville Walk.  Restrooms and parking are available at the Museum.

Ticket Price: $25.00 (Walking tour with museum pass)

This is a fundraising event hosted by the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation with support from sponsors.  Ticket prices are donations and all proceeds will benefit the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center.

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Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center
102 Martin Luther King Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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