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  • 229 S. Jefferson St. New Castle, PA 16101-3894
    724-654-8408
    Explore the simplicity and traditions surrounding the Old Order Amish villages of Volant and New Wilmington.
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  • 123 E. Philadelphia St. York, PA 17403-1437
    717-848-3610
    Visit the home of William C. Goodridge, one of the area's most active Underground Railroad stationmasters. A prominent African American businessman in York, Goodridge built the tallest building of...
  • 14 W. Market St York, PA 17401-1215
    717-846-6452
    This larger than life outdoor mural pays tribute to William Goodridge, one of the most prominent stationmasters on the Underground Railroad. A prominent African-American businessman in York,...
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  • 244 S. 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19107-5638
    This long overdue historical marker does not fully capture the significance of William Still's story. He was one of the two or three most important figures in the history of the Underground...
  • Waterford Ave. and Walnut St. Marietta, PA 17547
    Marietta women contributed to the war effort by gathering and shipping items to support the troops and comfort the wounded.
  • 1722 Cecil B Moore Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19121-3231
    215-236-9911
    n 1919 Dr. Melissa Thompson Coppin, an African-American physician, worked with a group of church women to establish an organization to help with the relocation needs of African-American migrants...
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  • 123 S. Broad St, Ste 1399 Philadelphia, PA 19109-1036
    215-985-3322
    Women's Way raises money and public awareness to fight for and achieve women's equality, safety, self-sufficiency and reproductive freedom through women-centered funding, advocacy and education. ...
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  • 606 Yellow Hill Rd Biglerville, PA 17307-9486
    Yellow Hill in Adams County's Butler Township was once the home of several African American families from the 1840s through the 1890s. The settlement was founded by Edward Mathews, who owned 16...
  • 5th & Linden Streets Columbia, PA 17512
  • N. 5th Street near Old Chickies Hill Road Columbia, PA 17512
    Zion Hill Cemetery is the final resting place of countless African American wives and mothers, husbands and sons, chambermaids and schoolteachers, and valiant soldiers.
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