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  • 1837 University Cir., P.O. Box 200 Cheyney, PA 19319
    Founded in 1837 as the Institute for Colored Youth, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania is the oldest of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in America. The founding of Cheyney...
  • 210 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19106-4512
    Cyrus Bustill, a mulatto who was born into bondage and later purchased his freedom, represented the principles for which the American Revolution was fought. As a free black man, he was caught in a...
  • 16 Winthrop Rd Darby, PA 19023-1116
  • 49 E. Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301
    Take a secret journey into Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad. Tour the stately home of Dr. Francis Julius LeMoyne where runaway slaves could find refuge as...
  • 170 Locust St. Columbia, PA 17512-1109
    Enjoy a guided tour of the First National Bank Museum. This is one of the few known banks still preserved in its original setting in the U.S. Marvelous details from the bank's working years survive...
  • 119 S. Pitt St Mercer, PA 16137-1211
    This cemetery is located on the right across from the main gate at Stoneboro Fairgrounds. The cemetery is all that remains of Liberia, a fugitive slave town established by the Travis family, free...
  • Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association Member
    15 W. Main St. Fairfield, PA 17320-8320
    Located directly on General Lee's Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg, July 4, 1863, the Inn is one of a distinguished few in America that has been in continuous operation for 248 years. Built 19...
  • 1300 Locust St. Philadelphia, PA 19107-5661
    Founded in 1824, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) collects, preserves, and actively explores the origins, development, and diversity of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the nation. HSP...
  • Fifth, Sixth & Chestnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    It was in the Assembly Room that the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776.
  • 143 S. Third St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-2818
    The most historic square mile in the most historic city in America. Independence National Historical Park, locally referred to as Independence Mall, covers several blocks of Old City Philadelphia....
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