Civil War Heritage in Philadelphia & The Countryside PA

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  • Fifth, Sixth & Chestnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-597-0060
    It was in the Assembly Room that the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 419 S. Sixth St. Philadelphia, PA 19147-1431
    215-925-0616
    Walk on hallowed ground, the mother church of the nation's first black denomination. The third edifice in a series of four was a hostel on the underground railroad.
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  • 900 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19107-4220
    215-606-0100
    Federal archives for historical and genealogical research, exhibits and workshops.
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  • 525 Arch St. Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-409-6700
    Located on Independence Mall in Historic Philadelphia, the National Constitution Center illuminates constitutional ideals and inspires active citizenship through a state-of-the-art museum...
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