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Stop 16: Fayetteville History Museum

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    The Fayetteville History Museum exhibits contributions made by local African-Americans. The museum also has staff oversight of Fayetteville's Historic Districts and Designated Local Landmark Properties, many of which have strong ties to African-American history. Maintained in the museum archives are all the National Register and Local Landmark nominations for use by researchers. Also the museum is a repository of historical information concerning local African- Americans. Museum staff is available to assist citizens with directed research in the area of local African-American history.

    Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Fourth Fridays 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Closed on Sunday and Holidays. Open to the Public.

    Next Stop: Make a left out of the parking lot onto Maxwell Street. Make a right onto Franklin Street. Make a left onto Gillespie Street. Continue on Gillespie Street until you reach the traffic circle. The Market House is directly in front of you.

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