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Julee Cottage Museum

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This simple, wood-frame building, built around 1804, is Pensacola's only surviving 'to the sidewalk' construction. It belonged to Julee Patton, a free woman of color, who purchased the freedom of fellow enslaved blacks. The cottage's pegged framing and beaded ceilings were preserved during rehabilitation. It serves as a black history museum.

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  • Designation:
  • Black Heritage Trail,
  • Viva:
  • Historic Sites & Monuments, Museums & Education Centers,

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