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The King-Tisdell Cottage

     The King-Tisdell Cottage is an African-American heritage museum named for its African-American owners, Eugene and Sarah King, and Sarah King and Robert Tisdell. This museum of African-American Savannah and the Sea Islands is owned and operated by the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation, which also owns and operates the Negro Heritage Trail Tours and the Beach Institute on the corner of Price and Harris Streets.
Cottage Landmark:
The fountain, "Free to Fly" was designed by famed artist Ivan Bailey, creator of Savannah's 1996 Summer Olympic cauldron, dedicated by Judge and Mrs. Sol Clark in honor of W.W. Law.
Cottage Landmark:
Gas Light at the King-Tisdell Cottage named in honor of Sadie Steele, dedicated teacher and civic leader.
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