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Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center

  • 528 Bloom St. Map It
  • Jackson

Updated 02/28/2014

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Named for the first public school built for African Americans in Jackson, this museum chronicles the struggles, contributions, and achievements of people of African descent, with particular highlights of the Mississippi experience. One of the permanent exhibits here, "Field to Factory: The Afro-American Migration, 1915–1940," was organized by the Smithsonian Institution as part of its comprehensive display at the Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. The historical

exhibits will be of particular interest to visitors interested in the Underground Railroad, 20th-century civil rights, and Medgar Evers. There's a small gift shop on-site.

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Sight Information

Address:

528 Bloom St., Jackson, Mississippi, 39202, United States

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Phone:

601-960–1457

Sight Details:

  • $4.50
  • Weekdays 9–5, Sat. 10–1

Updated 02/28/2014

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