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ACCORD Freedom Trail Sites - Phase III

Sponsored by Northrop Grumman Corporation Unveiled July 2, 2009

  • 5480 Atlantic View - Beach cottage that was firebombed and heavily damaged when it was thought that Dr. King would be staying there - St. Augustine Beach
  • 81 Bridge Street - Residence of John & Cora Tyson, served as a gathering place of hospitality for Dr. King and many others of the movement - Lincolnville
  • 113 DeHaven Street - Home of Oscar Turner, civil rights activist - Lincolnville
  • 10 Hildreth Drive - All white Fullerwood School which wasw desgregated by the Bronson and Roberson families - North City
  • 650 Julia Street - Home of St. Augustine Four, Audrey Nell Edwards, built by Habitat for Humanity - West Augustine
  • 102 M L King Avenue - former Excelsior School, now houses the City's first African American Cultural Museum - Lincolnville
  • 160 M L King Avenue - "Civil Rights House," former home of segregationsist Judge Fabisinski and civil rights leader, Dr. Robert B. Hayling - Lincolnville
  • St Johns Co. Jail Annex - St. Johns County Jail housed Dr. King, Mrs Peabody, and Ambassador Young, among others during the Civil Rights Movement - North County
  • 94 South Street - Home of the Whites, a family of civil rights demonstrators, including Sam White of the St. Augustine Four - Lincolnville
  • 262 West King Street - one of the oldest business in St. Augustine, Leo C. Chase Funeral Home used their ambulance and hearse to transport injured deomonstrators to the hospital - West Augustine