Connecticut Tobacco Field Where Martin Luther King Jr. Worked Will Be Named a Historical Site


If you live or drove through Simsbury, Conn., you may have passed the 288-acre former tobacco farm known to locals as “Meadowood.” That sprawling area will now be preserved for future generations because it’s where civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. toiled the fields as a college student.

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