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Black History Month from Kingsley Plantation

Reported by: Tracy Collins
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Updated: 1/24/2013 3:46 pm

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Black History Month continues, and Tracy Dot Com joins us live on the Action Cam from Kingsley Plantation as we explore a difficult, yet important chapter in history.

Watch the video at left for more.

The Kingsley Heritage Celebration is Feb. 18 and includes Sparky and Rhonda with melodies, stories and music of the Civil War era; re-enactor Rose Person as Harriet Tubman, with poetry and Harriett Tubman’s role in the Civil War; a kid’s craft corner and house tours.

It continues Feb. 25 and includes re-enactors, demonstrations of life on the plantation and the Massachusetts 54th regiment, the first African-American unit in the war.

Kingsley Plantation is located at 11676 Palmetto Ave.  Admission to the Heritage Celebration is free. Phone (904) 251-3537.

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