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February 26, 2010


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Amy @ The Q Family

How cool! I didn't know that the original bus is there.

Dominique King

Amy-Being able to sit in the bus itself is the really cool thing about the display. It was a really big deal when we got the bus here!

Steve Davis

Another reason I just have to get back to this museum. Thanks for sharing this with us. I consider Rosa's action one of the most significant events in US history.

Dominique King

Steve-We were incredibly proud to get the
Rosa Parks bus here. You definitely should come back and check The Henry Ford out again.

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