Áudio tour

Áudio tourOberlin's African-American Community: Historic Groveland

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2 Paradas do passeio

  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio
  2. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    Oberlin College was founded in 1833 and the community quickly formed around it.  Free and fugitive, African-Americans came to Oberlin.  Some only stopped here, others stayed and made their home.

    The southeast quadrant has historically housed the Oberlin’s African-American community and Groveland Street is at its heart.

    As you stroll down Groveland, you will learn about some of Oberlin’s amazing African-American women associated with some of the existing homes.  Groveland may not look like some of the other neighborhoods in Oberlin, but if you have an interest in Oberlin history, you must become familiar with Groveland.

    Please remember that the homes on this tour are private residences and be respectful of their privacy and remain on the sidewalk or curb lawn at all times. 

    Tour narration is done by Oberlin High School Students, Eterenal Jones-Mosby, Savannah Lauderdale, Lindsey Oliver, Bailey Wallace and Khalilah Wimbley. 

     

  3. 1 23 Groveland Street
  4. 2 37 Groveland Street
  5. 3 55 Groveland Street
  6. 4 Corner Groveland and S Pleasant
  7. 5 113 Groveland Street
  8. 6 131 Groveland Street
  9. 7 143 Groveland Street
  10. 8 130 Groveland Street
  11. 9 102 Groveland Street
  12. 10 Thank you for visiting!
  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    Oberlin College was founded in 1833 and the community quickly formed around it.  Free and fugitive, African-Americans came to Oberlin.  Some only stopped here, others stayed and made their home.

    The southeast quadrant has historically housed the Oberlin’s African-American community and Groveland Street is at its heart.

    As you stroll down Groveland, you will learn about some of Oberlin’s amazing African-American women associated with some of the existing homes.  Groveland may not look like some of the other neighborhoods in Oberlin, but if you have an interest in Oberlin history, you must become familiar with Groveland.

    Please remember that the homes on this tour are private residences and be respectful of their privacy and remain on the sidewalk or curb lawn at all times. 

    Tour narration is done by Oberlin High School Students, Eterenal Jones-Mosby, Savannah Lauderdale, Lindsey Oliver, Bailey Wallace and Khalilah Wimbley. 

     

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