Lyles Station Historic School & Museum
953 North County Road 500 West
Princeton, IN

Lyles Station Historic School & Museum

Recognized as one of the last remaining African American settlements in Indiana, Lyles Station was founded by free black men in the mid 1800’s.  Today, the Lyles Station Historic School and Museum includes a period garden; an authentic Lyles Station log cabin; The Alonzo Fields Gallery featuring notable natives of Lyles Station, plus a museum featuring a collection of early American agricultural tools and implements that tells the story of this early black pioneer settlement. Lyles Station is showcased in the “Power of Place” exhibit in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.

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