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Monteith Hall

Monteith Hall, operated by the Elyria Woman's Club, is the former home of ardent abolitionist Rev. John Monteith. Rev. Monteith turned his home into a station on the famed Underground Railroad. Guided tours available.

National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center

The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center near Dayton aims to educate the public about African American history and culture from African origins to the present through a variety of programs, including museum exhibits, research and...

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Visitors of all ages, races and faith backgrounds enter the Freedom Center every day. They leave moved, changed and inspired. Much more than a museum, the Freedom Center reveals stories about freedom’s heroes and challenges guests to take steps to...

Nelson T. Gant Homestead

Home of the former slave and entrepreneur who rose from slavery and poverty to become one of the wealthiest men in the country. The Homestead dates to the early 1850s and is currently a museum featuring the life of Nelson T. Gant.

Oberlin Heritage Center

The Oberlin Heritage Center includes three beautifully preserved historic buildings that tell the unique, nationally significant story of the community and college in Oberlin, Ohio from their beginning in 1833 through the next one hundred years. ...

Oberlin Heritage Center

Enjoy the lifestyles and architecture of historic Oberlin in a guided tour of three beautifully preserved buildings that tell the unique, nationally significant story of the community and college in Oberlin from their beginning in 1833 until the...

Paul Laurence Dunbar House

This Italianate turn-of-the-century structure was the final home of the poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. It exhibits his literary treasures, many of his personal items and his family's furnishings. During his short lifetime Dunbar became known as the poet...

Paul Laurence Dunbar House Historic Site

The museum is open for tours every Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. For pre-arranged tours call 937-313-2010 to place a reservation. Although admission fees of $6.00 per adult and $3.00 per child are in place, Dayton History members,...

Putnam Underground Railroad Education (PURE) Center

The Putnam Underground Railroad Education (PURE) Center preserves local and national history and and serves as a testimony to the love, cooperation and faith that characterizes the history of Zanesville. Prior to the Civil War, the New Englanders...

Stone Academy

Erected in 1809, the Stone Academy was originally constructed as the legislative seat for the newly created State of Ohio. The building was the site of two conventions of the State Abolition Society and was part of the Underground Railroad.

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