This driving tour provides an overview of Marshall's history and includes important African American sites, such as historic Wiley College, New Town and the Old Powder Mill Cemetery, which includes the graves of two of the famous Tuskegee Airmen who served in World War II. The city installed interpretative markers for each of the stops on the Buard History Trail, which is named in honor of the late Rebecca D. Buard, a popular local historian. Before beginning the tour, stop by the Marshall Convention and Visitors Bureau to pick up a trail guide brochure, or call in advance to arrange a guided tour.
Buard History Trail
Visitor Center open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.