A tour honoring African American soldiers who took part in the war of 1812 will set off today from the Robert C. Marshall Recreational Center on Pennsylvania avenue at 10:00 am.
The first stop for the kids will be at the Black Soldier in front of City Hall where the children will lay a wreath.
The next stop will be a the Star Spangled Flag House at the corner of Gay and Monument Streets.
Two solders who took part in the Battle of the North Point will honored.
At this stop an actor will portray Samuel Neale. He's the African American soldier wounded at the Battle of North Point.
At the Star Spangled Flag House, the children will meet Grace Wisher, the 13 year old indentured black girl who helped sew the Star Spangled Banner.
The last stop will be Fort McHenry where two African Americans were enlisted.
The children will also learn that fifteen to twenty percent of the sailors throughout the U.S. were black.
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