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710 Settlers Landing Road
Hampton, VA 23664 Hampton Rate and review
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Explore Hampton's rich African American heritage at more than a dozen sites where you can see \"Freedom's Fortress,\" also known as Fort Monroe, where runaway slaves were protected during the Civil War, or visit the Emancipation Oak where President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was first read to Hampton residents.

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