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1. Ma Rainey Home

11. William Spencer High School

21. Primus King Site

2. First African Baptist Church

12. Porterdale Cemetary

22. Springer Opera House

3. St. John AME Church

 13. Old Slave Cemetary

23. Dr. Thomas H. Brewer Assasination Site

4. Claflin School

14. Fifth Avenue School

24. Site of first Silent store

5. Metropolitan Baptist Church

15.Mildred L. Terry Library

25. Temperance Hall

6. Restored Train Station

16. Fourth Street Baptist

 26.  Greater Shady Grove Baptist Church

7. Saint James AME Church

17. The Spencer House

27. City Mills

8. Old City Jail

18. Columbus Urban League

28. Isaac Maund House

9. Friendship Baptist Church

19. Brick Streets Laid by Slaves

29. Kinfolks Corner

10. The Liberty Theatre

20. First Interracial Law Firm of Columbus

30. Dillingham Street Bridge

Columbus Times
06-20-2000
Black Heritage Trail Receives National Recognition

The Black Heritage Trail of Columbus, Georgia received National Recreation
Trail (NRT) Designation from the Secretary of the Interior during a
ceremony on Friday, June 2 at the historic Liberty Theater. The 10:00 a.m.
program paid tribute to Ms. Judith Grant, Black Heritage Trail organizer
and local historian.

The Black Heritage trail is an urban concrete trail connecting 30 African
American Heritage Points of interest. The Trail highlights many
contributions and significant events in African American History of
Columbus, Ga.  
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