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Freetown Village's mission is to educate the public about African American lives and culture in Indiana through living history performances, the collection and preservation of artifacts, exhibits and allied programs.
Freetown Village, Inc. is a living history museum without walls.  The lives of African Americans are presented through theater, storytelling, folk crafts, heritage workshops, music, day camp, and special events.  Programs now represent African American life in different eras of our history.  However, the town of Freetown Village is a symbolic community representing many of the predominantly African American settlements scattered throughout Indiana during the post-Civil War years. The residents of Freetown Village are composite characters of the approximately 3,000 men, women and children identified on the 1870 Indianapolis census.  
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