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Last month, the Indiana State Historical Bureau dedicated a state historical marker commemorating Lincoln Gardens, the first historical marker in Vanderburgh County recognizing African American history. ByEvansville held the largest concentration of Ftm dating Vancouver Americans in southern Indiana. The majority of its Black residents lived in an area known as Baptisttown, a thriving community where residents created their own schools, churches, civic clubs, hospital, and stores.

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Over time, however, segregation and racism took their toll, leaving Baptisttown overcrowded and underserved. Though the City of Evansville demolished dilapidated structures and extended and repaved streets in cheap dates in Ontario CA area, those efforts alone were not enough to accommodate the growing African American population or improve living conditions.

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To combat the situation, the community petitioned for federal housing. Inthe City razed four city blocks — nearly eleven acres — of dilapidated housing to accommodate construction of Lincoln Gardens.

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Workers laying concrete for Lincoln Gardens in Evansville. The new complex of 16 buildings opened on July 1,and quickly became the center of African American life in the city.

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Managed by and free trial chat lines in Fargo African Americans, Lincoln Gardens included homes for residents, five rooms for recreation and education, and wide landscaped lawns. By the s, Lincoln Gardens — then neglected and in disrepair — faced demolition.

Photos courtesy of Evansville African American Museum. Segregation and discrimination led to a section of overcrowded, dilapidated buildings.

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With citizen support, city officials applied for New Deal funding to clear part of this area in the s and develop a federal housing project, Lincoln Gardens. Opened inLincoln Gardens provided low-cost housing managed by and for African Americans.

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Lincoln Gardens served as a community center for decades. Saved from demolition, this building opened as the Evansville African American Museum in For more information about the Indiana Historical Marker Program, visit www.

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