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Jacksonville's four surviving Green Book sites
« on: February 01, 2023, 11:01:46 AM »

First published in 1936, the 'Negro Motorist Green Book' was a compilation of restaurants, over-night accommodations, gas stations and other public services for people of color traversing a “White-only” landscape for Black travelers during segregation. Jacksonville was a major Florida destination featured in the document. Here are four Green Book sites in Jacksonville that still stand today.

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