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The Underground Railroad

  • Farmer's Market Information Booth 265 River Street Troy, NY 12180 USA (map)

Troy was a hotbed of abolitionist activity in the 19th century. This walking tour will highlight the sights associated with the African American Community in the first half of the 19th century. Featured are sites associated with the African Female Benevolent Society, The Baltimore Family, and the rescue of the escaped freedom seeker, Charles Nalle.

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* PLEASE NOTE * This walking tour meets at the Farmer’s Market Information Booth, located at: 265 River Street, Troy, NY.

Earlier Event: May 18
Historic House Tour
Later Event: June 8
Washington Park