Le Musée de F.P.C. | Free People of Color Museum
House museum celebrating lives, legacies and contributions of people of African descent. By appointment only.
Le Musée de f.p.c., a historic house museum, is one of the country’s few attractions dedicated exclusively to preserving the material culture of & telling to the story of free people of color. Located on Esplanade, an avenue known for its gracious homes and abundant greenery. Free people of color…
Le Musee de F.P.C. or The Museum of Free People of Color documents free people of color of African descent before the Civil War. Louisiana, because of Spanish rule and laws, had a larger, more prosperous and skilled artisans and craftsmen F.P.C.. Le Musee de F.P.C is run in partnership with The…
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