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"Unwritten: Archaeology & Oral History of Jim Crow Mobile" Now on Exhibit at the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum

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USA Hosting Special Exhibit on the Oral History of Mobile’s Jim Crow

A new special exhibit, “Unwritten: Archaeology and Oral History of Jim Crow Mobile,” highlighting the lives of the Lewis, Owens, and Griffin families is open at the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum. The exhibit can be viewed now and during Black History Month, until the end of April. The museum is open Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at 6050 USA South Drive. Admission is free and open to the public.

The exhibit will be on view exclusively at the USA Archaeology Museum, where people can view the amazing and inspiring stories and artifacts of these African-American families during segregation.