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  • 143 S. Third St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-2818
    215-965-2305
    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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  • 336 Lombard St Philadelphia, PA 19147-1529
    James Forten was born in Philadelphia to free black parents. Forten worked closely with other antislavery leaders, such as Richard Allen and Absalom Jones, and was a founding member of the Free...
  • 6306 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19144-1908
    215-438-1768
    Formerly a station on the Underground Railroad. At this time the Johnson House is the only site in Philadelphia that interprets the Underground Railroad.
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  • P.O. Box 202 Kennett Square, PA 19348-0202
    610-347-2237
    Learn about Kennett's part in the underground railroad with this bus tour. Open May - September. Call or see website for tours and information.
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  • RD 1, McDade Park, Bald Mountain Road Scranton, PA 18504
    At the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour, you will descend slowly into the earth in a mine car as you enter the old Slope #190. Watch the sky slowly disappear. Soon you’ve reached “the...
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  • 230 N. President Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603-3125
    717-392-4633
    Come see our new exhibition: "Along the Susquehanna: How the River Shapes Our Region" through summer 2007. More information at www.alongthesusquehanna.org. ...
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  • 49 E. Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301
    Built in 1812 by John Julius LeMoyne, the father of Francis Julius LeMoyne, both with strong ties to the abolitionist movement and a renowned stop on the Underground Railroad.
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  • Sixth & Market streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-965-2305
    Liberty Bell Center offers a video presentation and exhibits about the Liberty Bell. Focusing on its origins and its modern day role as an international icon of freedom.
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  • Long Ln. & Washington St. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    717-334-5533
    Men of color who fought bravely for the Union Army are laid to rest in this cemetery. Here, approximately 30 soldiers of the US Colored Troops are remembered and honored for their bravery and...
  • PO Box 179 Lincoln University, PA 19352-0999
    610-932-8300
    Founded in 1854, Lincoln University was the first university to provide education to African Americans. Today it is a diverse institution focusing on the arts and sciences. Past graduates include...
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