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The historic King-Tisdell Cottage dates back to the 1890s. Take a journey to a time oft-forgotten in this historic house where the preservation of Savannah's African American culture started. At this historic cottage, visitors can view historic maps of black neighborhoods during the Jim Crow era in Savannah.
Savannah Black Heritage & Cultural Experiences
From historic sites and museums to the city's thriving black-owned businesses of today, Savannah's African American culture and rich heritage are important and noteworthy chapters in our city's story.