Wilberforce

Wilberforce, Ohio host Wilberforce University and Central State University which are historically famous black universities.  Both were established in the mid-nineteenth century.  These schools have hosted many famous citizens including Charles Young, a high-ranking black Army officer before WWI.  He served with the US Army Buffalo Soldiers.  His home is now recognized as a National Historic Landmark and the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument.  Wilberforce also hosts the National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center.

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The entrance sign for the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center on a pretty summer day

National Afro-American Museum No. 1

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A winding road passes through a forest of sugar maple leaves displaying their fall colors

Winding Road on a Greene County Ohio Fall Day

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The Central State University Alumni Center towers among the cumulonimbus clouds on a summer day

Central State University Alumni Center

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A covered bridge where its red paint contrasts with the green spring leaves and crystal blue skies

Stevenson Road Bridge No. 4

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A covered bridge where its red paint contrasts with the green spring leaves and crystal blue skies

Stevenson Road Bridge No. 3

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Charles Young National Monument is a Two-story brick home adjacent to Wilberforce University which has a large front porch

Charles Young National Monument No. 1

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As this country road leads the eye to the distant horizon, an Ohio farm resides under blue September skies and puffy towering cumulus clouds

Cedarville Ohio Farm

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