Feb 28 2020
History at High Noon: Slavery to Emancipation

History at High Noon: Slavery to Emancipation

Presented by Museum of Florida History at Museum of Florida History

During the Battle of Natural Bridge, which occurred south of Tallahassee in 1865, nearly all of the Union enlisted men were African American soldiers. Soldiers of the United States Colored Troops fought with courage during the Civil War and helped end the tyranny of slavery. Explore the history of the United States Colored Troops and the impact they had on the war in Florida and beyond.

Before or after the program, be sure to visit the Museum of Florida History and Florida’s History Shop to see what’s new! Café de León will be open and serving lunch 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Food and drink are not permitted in the Museum theater.

The program is free and open to the public.

Admission Info

Free Admission

Phone: 850.245.6400

Dates & Times

2020/02/28 - 2020/02/28

Location Info

Museum of Florida History

500 S Bronough St, Tallahassee, FL 32399

Parking Info

Lot E: Parking garage adjacent to the Museum. Metered Spaces: Martin Luther King Blvd. BUS Parking: Bus parking available at the rear of the building. Additional Parking: Kleman Plaza (Bronough / Duval St.) and the Civic Center (Pensacola St.)