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This building, the only municipal headquarters building in the world to be named after the civil rights leader, was b... hmdb.org

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A landmark of central Pennsylvania's African American history. Established in 1827 by Wesley Union A.M.E. Zion Church... hmdb.org

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C. Delores Tucker

Harrisburg, PA

Civil rights leader and activist for women, she was the first African American Secretary of State in the nation. Cham... hmdb.org

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Abolitionist, minister, orator, editor, educator. Born in New York City; traveled in the U.S., Canada, and Britain on... hmdb.org

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Underground Railroad

Harrisburg, PA

In the 1850's this area, known as Tanner's Alley, was important on the Underground Railroad. Fugitive slaves hid at J... hmdb.org

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Visit the grave site of a famous Native American athlete, an Olympian and baseball player. It's located just outsi... visitpa.com

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In Pre-Civil War Crawford County, Pennsylvania, the farm of the great abolitionist John Brown played a strategic r... visitpa.com

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Johnson House

Penbrook, PA

Formerly a station on the Underground Railroad. At this time the Johnson House is the only site in Philadelphia th... visitpa.com

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Named after Gene Kelly and Billy Strayhorn, whose origins were in Pittsburgh's East Liberty neighborhood, the Kell... visitpa.com

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Discover Pennsylvania's only Decorative Arts Museum and one of only 15 museums in the United States exclusively de... visitpa.com

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Kuntu has produced more than 180 plays by playwrights such as Gregory Allen, James Baldwin, Kathleen Collins, Lorr... visitpa.com

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From the first shots of the Civil War, the women of Harrisburg worked behind the scenes to ensure a Union victory. visitpa.com

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Opened in 1956 & re-established in 2008, we are dedicated to the enrichment of self, family, & community. We enhan... visitpa.com

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Lincoln Cemetery

Penbrook, PA

Men of color who fought bravely for the Union Army are laid to rest in this cemetery. Here, approximately 30 soldi... visitpa.com

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Wesley Union Church was organized in 1816, with its first building at Third and Mulberry Streets. Wesley Union A.M... visitpa.com

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Jim Thorpe Monument

Jim Thorpe, PA

In recognition of the athletic achievements of Jim Thorpe Student of the Carlisle Indian School Olympic Champion at S... hmdb.org

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Lincoln Cemetery

Carlisle, PA

Lincoln Cemetery is the final resting place for at least forty African American Civil War veterans, representing the ... hmdb.org

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Green Tree Inn

Carlisle, PA

In 1753, Benjamin Franklin stayed at inn on this site while he, Richard Peters, and Isaac Norris treated with Indians... hmdb.org

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Here lived an ex-slave born 1805, who became a prominent York businessman, 1824-1863. Tanner, newspaper distributor, ... hmdb.org

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U.S. Colored Troops, 54th & 55th Massachusetts Infantry Regiments and other Colored Civil War Soldiers buried here. [... hmdb.org

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