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Africatown Historic District

paper mill & warren rds. chin & railroad sts., Mobile, Alabama USA

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Africatown, also known as AfricaTown USA and Plateau, is a historic community located three miles (5 km) north of downtown Mobile, Alabama. It was formed by West Africans who in 1860 were among the last known illegal shipment of slaves to the United States from Africa, after the Atlantic slave trade had been banned. These people created their own community in this area. They retained their West African customs and language for many years following the American Civil War. The last survivor of the group lived until 1935. The Africatown Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.

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Africatown Historic District

paper mill & warren rds. chin & railroad sts.
Mobile, Alabama

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