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The King Arts Complex is a cultural center devoted to promoting African-American heritage. Through a multifaceted approach, The King Arts Complex offers performing, cultural and educational programs that provide high artistic merit and offer varied...
The Lorain Underground Railroad Station 100 Monument and Reflective Garden pays homage to the abolitionists who risked their lives by helping slaves escape to Canada. This historic landmark can be found at the Black River Landing in Lorain.
The Clermont County Ohio Freedom Trail contains 33 sites, 19 of which are approved to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. Currently, the Clermont Freedom Trail contains the largest Network to Freedom program in the nation. This...
Features extensive collection of publications, books, memorabilia and other articles. The exhibits portray what is known about slavery and the underground railroad in Ohio, providing an understanding of the culture in the 1800's.
Relive an important part of our nation's history as you tour Springboro's 27 safe houses, learn about the city's elaborate tunnel system and explore this important stop along the Underground Railroad.
Pick up your free walking tour brochure at the...
Western Reserve Historical Society was founded in 1867 to collect, preserve, and make accessible the heritage of the Western Reserve and the Far West. Today, WRHS’s mission is to inspire people to discover the American experience by exploring the...
Here lie former slaves, famous abolitionists and many who have become known as Oberlin's faces of change. The natural beauty and park like atmosphere with its rich history offer a reflective and eternal look into the spirit of the Abolitionist...