20 Philly Black Cultural & Historic Sites
Independence Hall where the U.S. Constitution were signedand slaves were soldIndependence Hall where the U.S. Constitution were signedand slaves were sold
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Liberty Bell Center connects the link between the Liberty Bell and African American HistoryLiberty Bell Center connects the link between the Liberty Bell and African American History
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Underground Railroad Museum at Belmont Mansion. Learn about Cornelia Wells who lived here.Underground Railroad Museum at Belmont Mansion. Learn about Cornelia Wells who lived here.
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At Cliveden, learn about one of the North's largest slave plantations in PhiladelphiaAt Cliveden, learn about one of the North's largest slave plantations in Philadelphia
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Concord School House has the original desk used by black students and abolitionists in the 1850'sConcord School House has the original desk used by black students and abolitionists in the 1850's
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Fair Hill a Quaker Cemetery and the final resting place of Lucretia Mott and Robert Purvis.Fair Hill a Quaker Cemetery and the final resting place of Lucretia Mott and Robert Purvis.
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The Johnson House - National Landmark for it's role in the Underground Railroad.The Johnson House - National Landmark for it's role in the Underground Railroad.
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Octavius Catto, shot and killed on election day after the 15th amendment allowed Black men to voteOctavius Catto, shot and killed on election day after the 15th amendment allowed Black men to vote
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Once Uopn A Nation's Storytelling Benches offer visitors a free seat and a professionally told storyOnce Uopn A Nation's Storytelling Benches offer visitors a free seat and a professionally told story
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The President's House is the site where the country's 1st president enslaved 9 AfricansThe President's House is the site where the country's 1st president enslaved 9 Africans
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The Stenton House estate once housed slaves was owned by James Logan secretary to William Penn.The Stenton House estate once housed slaves was owned by James Logan secretary to William Penn.
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Congo Square where the slaves were lynched and buried during the establishment of PhiladelphaCongo Square where the slaves were lynched and buried during the establishment of Philadelpha
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Valley Forge National Park Quest for Freedom self-guided African American Heritage tourValley Forge National Park Quest for Freedom self-guided African American Heritage tour
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The Barnes Foundation Albert C. Barnes was committed to racial equality and social justice.The Barnes Foundation Albert C. Barnes was committed to racial equality and social justice.
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This residential home is a memoir museum, research facility, exhibition space, and think tank.This residential home is a memoir museum, research facility, exhibition space, and think tank.
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Lest We Forget Museum of Slavey - displays "slavery artifacts" that restrained, confined and killed.Lest We Forget Museum of Slavey - displays "slavery artifacts" that restrained, confined and killed.
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Museum of the American Revolution highlights the African American experience during that time.Museum of the American Revolution highlights the African American experience during that time.
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National Constitution Center displays a copy of the Emancipation ProclimationNational Constitution Center displays a copy of the Emancipation Proclimation
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The Marian Anderson Museum reveals the life & work of the Metropolitan Opera's 1st Black performer.The Marian Anderson Museum reveals the life & work of the Metropolitan Opera's 1st Black performer.
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Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church founded in 1794, is the oldest A.M.E. congregation in the nation.Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church founded in 1794, is the oldest A.M.E. congregation in the nation.
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