Often when people think of preservation, historic buildings come to mind first. But the story of our nation also unfolded on the land—the mountains, valleys, plains, and rivers that have harbored and inspired us for millennia. And amid these landscapes are priceless cultural resources—ancient dwellings, historic trails, and homesteading cabins that are frequently our only physical evidence of centuries of American history. These stories peel back the layers of time to reveal these historic spots and take us even deeper into our shared past.
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From the places listed in the Green Book to the homes of icons like Nina Simone and Pauli Murray, join us in protecting and restoring places where significant African American history happened.Take the Pledge