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True or False

100

This man started the first chain of drug stores for African Americans in the State of Alabama.
Who is James Finley?

100

Name of the oldest Baptist Church in the state of Alabama.
What is Stone Street Baptist Church?

100

This is a place where dead people are prepared to be buried.
What is a mortuary?

100

This is the year that Mobile was founded.
What is 1702?

100

Fort Conde' was built by African and Native American slaves.
What is True?

200

This man owned the three story building known as the slave market.
Who is John Ragland?

200

Another name for Fort Conde.
What is Onion Fields?

200

A document that is used to rule a state or country.
What is the constitution?

200

The year that the Clotilda arrived to the United States.
What is 1860?

200

The Union Baptist Church was organized by Rev. Henry McCrea and slaves.
What is true?

300

This female ex-slave owned her taxi company.
Who is Bettie Hunter?

300

The new name for Magazine Point.
What is Africatown?

300

A person who gives medicine to sick people.
What is a pharmacist?

300

This is the year the the state of Alabama was organized.
What is 1819?

300

The Mobile Weekly Press was one of the first African American newspapers.
What is true?

400

This man owed Magazine Point.
Who is Timothy Meaher?

400

The business district or street with African American businesses.
What is Davis Avenue?

400

The National African American Archives was this.
What is a library?

400

This is the year that the National African American Archives was designed.
What is 1931?

400

The first African-American Baptist church in Mobile was Heart of Mary.
What is false?

500

This man is one of the African Americans mentioned in the Tour as being buried in the cemetery.
Who is Cudjo Lewis?

500

Where the freed Clotilda slaves settled.
What is Africatown?

500

A person who belong to a country.
What is a citizen?

500

This is the year that the slaves were freed.
What is 1865?

500

In 1860, it was illegal to bring slaves into the country but it was legal to trade those already here.
What is true?