The National African-American Archives Museum features interpretative exhibits and museum depicting the history and heritage of the city through the photographs and artefacts. The History of Coloured Carnival exhibit showcases the Afro-American contributions to the Mardi Gras and Carnivals while the Slavery Artefacts exhibit showcases the slave collars, slave badges, and slave bracelets along with shackles and leg irons dating back to the slavery period. National African-American Archives Museum also features the contributions of the Defence Workers of World War II in the shipyards, the chronicle of the Clotilde as well as the Military memorabilia of Jerome G Cooper who was the first African-American Major General of the US Marine Corps.
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