Cumberland Island, Georgia – The First African Baptist Church on Cumberland Island was established in 1893 and rebuilt in the 1930s.
Cumberland Island, Georgia – The First African Baptist Church was part of the Settlement, an area established in the 1890s for African American workers.
Germantown, Pennsylvania – Cliveden, the 18th-century home of the Chew family, is in the Germantown neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia. Seven generations of the Chew family owned enslaved Africans or African-Americans. The home and its inhabitants' history is explored by interpreters on site.
Nicodemus, Kansas – Named for an escaped slave, Nicodemus is the oldest surviving African-American town west of the Mississippi.
St. Helena Island, South Carolina – This is one of the praise houses still standing on St. Helena Island, where African-Americans used to gather in small numbers to worship and settle disputes. St. Helena Island, near Beaufort, South Carolina, is at the center of the lowcountry's Gullah culture.