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Lincoln Cemetery

Harrisburg, PA

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


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


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


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


Johnson House

Penbrook, PA

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


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


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


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


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


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


T. Morris Chester

Harrisburg, PA

Journalist, educator, lawyer. Born here, 1834. Taught in Liberia, 1857-61. Recruited Black soldiers in Civil War; not...


William Howard Day

Harrisburg, PA

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


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...


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...


City Island

Harrisburg, PA

This 63-acre Susquehanna River jewel and major tourism and recreational destination has lured human occupations not j...


Patton's Fort

Harrisburg, PA

Nearby stood Patton's Fort, a station of the Paxton Rangers, who defended the gaps and farmsteads along the Blue Moun...


Excluded from a May 1865 "Grand Review of the Armies" in Wash., DC, U.S. Colored Troops from Penna. and Mass. regimen...


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


Bethel AME Church

Carlisle, PA

Among the earliest (c.1820) African American congregations located west of the Susquehanna River. The site of Undergr...


Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe, PA

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

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