Johnson House Historic Site

Johnson House is an Underground Railroad station and a house museum where groups can deepen their understanding of the Underground Railroad. Owned by the Johnson family until 1908, their anti-slavery beliefs lead them to open the house to escaped slaves. Groups can see the roof where slaves hid from the authorities, the well that led to the Spring House, historical artifacts such as ankle shackles and collars, historic reenactments, and more. College groups will enjoy the site’s history lectures held throughout the year.

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Johnson House Historic Site

Johnson House is an Underground Railroad station and a house museum where groups can deepen their understanding of the Underground Railroad. Owned by the Johnson family until 1908, their anti-slavery beliefs lead them to open the house to escaped slaves. Groups can see the roof where slaves hid from the authorities, the well that led to the Spring House, historical artifacts such as ankle shackles and collars, historic reenactments, and more. College groups will enjoy the site’s history lectures held throughout the year.

contact info

Johnson House Historic Site

Johnson House is an Underground Railroad station and a house museum where groups can deepen their understanding of the Underground Railroad. Owned by the Johnson family until 1908, their anti-slavery beliefs lead them to open the house to escaped slaves. Groups can see the roof where slaves hid from the authorities, the well that led to the Spring House, historical artifacts such as ankle shackles and collars, historic reenactments, and more. College groups will enjoy the site’s history lectures held throughout the year.

contact info

Johnson House Historic Site

Johnson House is an Underground Railroad station and a house museum where groups can deepen their understanding of the Underground Railroad. Owned by the Johnson family until 1908, their anti-slavery beliefs lead them to open the house to escaped slaves. Groups can see the roof where slaves hid from the authorities, the well that led to the Spring House, historical artifacts such as ankle shackles and collars, historic reenactments, and more. College groups will enjoy the site’s history lectures held throughout the year.

contact info

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