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Slave pens were here, now Busch Stadium. St. Louis Missouri
Were there slave auctions at this Camden, NJ, park? Camden New Jersey
Enslaved people were sold here in 1818 by Judge Van Wickle. East Brunswick New Jersey
Slavery marker removed by county in Haddon Heights, NJ Haddon Heights New Jersey
Bissett Pottery was here, circa 1878. Middlesex New Jersey
South Jersey Church An Underground Railroad Stop Swedesboro New Jersey
Arthur Miller lived here. (& it was a stop on the Underground Railroad) Brooklyn New York
P.T. Barnum exhibited 161-year-old slave here. New York New York
Writer David Quammen grew up here; Underground Railroad ran on same street. Cincinnati Ohio
Red Lion Inn, Bensalem, PA Bensalem Pennsylvania
Underground tunnels at Neshaminy State Park? [Underground Railroad - Black Alice?, See Comments] Bensalem Pennsylvania
Episcopal church was stop on Underground Railroad. Elkins Park Pennsylvania
The Lazaretto - Philadelphia's Ellis Island [& Slave Ships from Guinea Forced to Land Here] Essington Pennsylvania
Villa Joseph Marie, a stop on the Underground Railroad? Holland Pennsylvania
Fugitive Slaves Buried Here - Ft. Washington, PA Maple Glen Pennsylvania
Underground Railroad Stop, Ft. Washington, PA Maple Glen Pennsylvania
Church on Underground Railroad, Invited KKK to Worship Norristown Pennsylvania
Historic (black history) YMCA; Wilt Chamberlain played here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
School of Mary Anna Longstreth was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Home of Free African James Oronoko Dexter was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Slaves Sold Here, Center City, Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Hotel Carlyle was in the Green Book. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Paul Robeson's great-great-grandparents had a bakery here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Burial Ground Under Franklin Field at Penn Philadlephia Pennsylvania
Pine Forge Mansion - a stop on the Underground Railroad Pine Forge Pennsylvania
William Penn Inn, part of the Underground Railroad Wynnewood Pennsylvania
The Great Negro Mart was here. Memphis Tennessee

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