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The Montford Point Museum is a history museum in Jacksonville, North Carolina. It tells of the story of the African American Marines who trained on the site during the early days of the World War II.

As the segregation was still ongoing back in the mid 1900s, even the service men of the military had to segregate their men by ?color?. The site received about 20,000 newly recruited Marines and who received basic training at the site from 1942 to 1949.

The Montford Point Museum features displays that chronicle the story of the Marines that trained and built strong relationships on the site. Through its extensive collection of papers, artifacts, and photographs, the site tells of the spirit and history of the first African American Marines.
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