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"The Path to Freedom"

Upholding the principles of equality, liberty, and dignity, the Connecticut Freedom Trail pays homage to the long-standing African American struggle which materialized in Connecticut. This heritage trail immortalizes the brave men and women who struggled against slavery before it was abolished in 1865. Established in 1996, the Connecticut Freedom Trail is spread throughout the state and is embellished with more than 130 historically-significant sites which are a reminder of the legendary struggle. The trail explores the journey of escaped slaves to avoid capture and the fight against slavery. The trail includes underground railroad safe havens, such as barns and homes, as well as locations where the freed slaves settled down and built communities. Some of the many sites embedded on to the course of the trail are African American Memorial, Chauncey Brown House, Lyman Homestead, Old North Cemetery and Mark Twain House.
Various Locations, Hartford, CT, United States, 06106
"The Path to Freedom"
Upholding the principles of equality, liberty, and dignity, the Connecticut Freedom Trail pays homage to the long-standing African American struggle which materialized in Connecticut. This heritage trail immortalizes the brave men and women who struggled against slavery before it was abolished in 1865. Established in 1996, the Connecticut Freedom Trail is spread throughout the state and is embellished with more than 130 historically-significant sites which are a reminder of the legendary struggle. The trail explores the journey of escaped slaves to avoid capture and the fight against slavery. The trail includes underground railroad safe havens, such as barns and homes, as well as locations where the freed slaves settled down and built communities. Some of the many sites embedded on to the course of the trail are African American Memorial, Chauncey Brown House, Lyman Homestead, Old North Cemetery and Mark Twain House.
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