A VBH Itinerary: Abraham Lincoln Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

VisitBlackHistory.com itinerary: ⁣⁣John Wilkes Booth strongly opposed the abolition of slavery and assassinated President Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theater (Washington DC) April 14, 1865. Ford’s Theater offers guided tours.⁣⁣⁣⁣John Wilkes Booth then fled to Southern Maryland. One of those stops was Surratt’s Tavern where there were guns and ammunition stored. ⁣⁣Surratt’s House is now a … More A VBH Itinerary: Abraham Lincoln Assassin, John Wilkes Booth

African-American Civil War Museum: First Time Visitor, Geronimo Knows

Follow us on Instagram @TheMergingLanesProject By Geronimo Knows Knowing history is key to shaping the future. As the adage goes, how do you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve been? My visit to the African-American Civil War Museum just off Vermont Avenue, just off DC’s U Street Corridor, was a first … More African-American Civil War Museum: First Time Visitor, Geronimo Knows

Just Added to Our Cultural & Natural Resource Directory – African American Civil War Memorial & Museum

(Washington, DC) Places to Visit: Just added to TMLProject.com Cultural & Natural Resource Directory the African-American Civil War Memorial & Museum. The African American Civil War Memorial & Museum is aimed at “Preserving and telling the stories of the United States Colored Troops in the Civil War”