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Arkansas
Fargo
Fargo Agricultural School Museum
Floyd Brown Drive
2 mi north of Brinkley off Hwy 49
Fargo  AR 72021
Phone 870 734-1140
Web Site http://www.arkansas.com/history_heritage/afric_amer.asp
Description Dr Floyd Brown began school for rural African American Children
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Famous People
Building Type Schoolhouse
Group Identity African American
Era 1919-1949
Last changed: 02/15/2003
 

  Little Rock

  Central High Museum

  2125 W 14th St

  Little Rock  AR   72202    

  Phone 501 374-1957

  Web Site http://www.nps.gov/chsc

  E-mail  chmuseum@swbell.net

  Alt Web http://www.littlerock.com/outdoors/detail.asp?id=1910

  Description  visitor center and museum located near site of civil rights

                    confrontations in 1957

  Type of Resource  Specialty Museum

  Primary Focus Civil Rights

  Group Identity  African American

  Era  1957

  New or Updated:  9/10/2006

Arkansas
Emoba the Museum of Black Arkansans and Performing

1208 Louisiana Street
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone
501 372-0018
Alt Phone 501 372-6093
Web Site *****
Alt Web www.arkansasbusiness.com/leisure/museums.asp
Description changing exhibits on the African American experience in Arkansas
Type of Resource Specialty Museum
Primary Focus Local History
Group Identity African American

Pine Bluff
Arts & Science Center South East Arkansas
701 S Main St
Pine Bluff AR 71601
Phone 870 536-3375
Web Site http://www.pinebluffonline.com/arts_sci.htm
Description features African American art and American drawings from 1900
Type of Resource Museum
Primary Focus Science Museum
Collection A-F Drawings
Group Identity African American
Last changed: 03/06/2003

Arizona
Phoenix
George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center
415 East Grant Street
PO Box 20491
Phoenix AZ 85004
Phone
602 245-7516
Web Site http://www.azcama.com/museums/carver_museum.htm
Description history of only African American high school in Arizona, and the community it served
Type of Resource Museum
Building Type Schoolhouse
Group Identity African American
Research/Reading Library
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