- The Afro-American community has a pronounced presence in the US. Their colorful history, culture and inter-community relations are documented and preserved at the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM). Situated in the heart of Seattle town, this museum opened its doors to the public in the year 2008, and has generated wide interest among history & culture researchers and enthusiasts all alike. The museum is sprawled across 17,000 square feet and exhibits the works of eminent Afro-American artists. A five-panel series chronicles the life and times of George Washington Bush, the first Afro-American in the city. Besides its exciting museum pieces, NAAM also houses a beautiful gift shop filled with collectibles. Refresh yourself at the on-site cafe, after taking a round of the museum. NAAM is worth a visit!
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