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The Oaks


category : Famous Homes
Family home of Booker T. Washington, founder and 1st president of Tuskegee University. Built in 1899 by students and faculty using bricks made by students. Contains original and period furniture.


Admission: Free
Hours: Museum open 9-4:30; tours Tu 4 pm.
Address: 1212 W. Montgomery Rd.

Phone: 334-727-3200
Fax: 334-727-1448

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The Oaks

Family home of Booker T. Washington, founder and 1st president of Tuskegee University. Built in 1899 by students and faculty ...