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The Johnson House: Philadelphia's only accessible and intact stop on the Underground Railroad!

The Johnson House: Philadelphia's only accessible and intact stop on the Underground Railroad!

Delaware County History: A rare account of the Underground Railroad in Delco

The Holy Child of Jesus Convent in Sharon Hill NOTE John Jackson ran the Sharon Female Academy in what is now Sharon Hill from .

The Johnson House - Built between 1765 and 1768, the House has been witness to two events that shaped Philadelphia and America's history. The Battle of Germantown in 1777 and as a stop on the Underground Railroad years later. johnsonhouse.org

The Johnson House - Built between 1765 and 1768, the House has been witness to two events that shaped Philadelphia and America's history. The Battle of Germantown in 1777 and as a stop on the Underground Railroad years later. johnsonhouse.org

If you want to learn about the Underground Railroad in western Pennsylvania, there are few better places than the Blairsville Underground Railroad History Center. Find out more here: http://uncoveringpa.com/underground-railroad-blairsville-pennsylvania

Learning About the History of the Underground Railroad in Blairsville, Pennsylvania

Visiting the Blairsville Underground Railroad History Center is a great place for kids to learn about the history of slavery and the Underground Railroad.

Why You Should Walk the Underground Railroad Trail | Washingtonian

Why You Should Walk the Underground Railroad Trail

The beauty and ease of the countryside stroll that is the Underground Railroad Trail in Sandy Spring belies the struggle represented by this pathway.

Scholastic's Underground Railroad activity homepage! This has printable minibooks, reader's theater, and lots of great links!

For Tyler who is into Harriet Tubman Interactive Underground Railroad online activity.many good links included!

Mt Zion Church in Woolwich Township New Jersey, an Underground Railroad site. This is a doorway to the Underground Railroad.

Mt Zion Church in Woolwich Township New Jersey, an Underground Railroad site. This is a doorway to the Underground Railroad.

History Channel Documentary#undergroundrailroad I grew up in Bucks County that had an underground room that was part of the railroad taking persons into the New Hope area and beyond!

History Channel Documentary I grew up in Bucks County that had an underground room that was part of the railroad taking persons into the New Hope area and beyond!

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