This drinking fountain was erected and dedicated in the summer of 2001 as a legacy freedom monument honoring African-American pioneers and their contributions to Clay County.


Hours

Daily, dawn to dusk

Contact Information

1 Courthouse Square
Liberty, MO 64068
Phone: 816-781-7918
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Location Type

Interpretive Signs
Monument

Site Info

Parking
Wheelchair
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Wheel Chair Accessible

The fountain is located on the northeast side of the Clay County Administraion Building in downtown Liberty. The historical marker is two-sided. The side facing the fountain describes the memorial and what it is commemorating. The other side has a listing of African-American pioneers, sorted by their varying roles in the community, by city (Excelsior Springs is included) and by time period.

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