Civil War Heritage in Philadelphia PA

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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...
  • 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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  • 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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  • 524 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19103
    The President's House Commemorative Site, erected just steps away from the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, serves as a permanent, outdoor installation that honors the memory of the...
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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...
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