EXPERIENCE CAPE MAY’S ROLE IN THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
Few people know the part that Cape May played in the Underground Railroad. Nor do many know about Harriet Tubman’s presence here in the early 1850s.
Join CCA’s Community History Committee on a trolley tour of the places where escaped slaves sought refuge and help to continue their journeys to freedom. Hear the stories and visit some of the places connected with the Underground Railroad, including: a look at the Owen Coachman House; a walk in an historic cemetery where our earliest free black settlers are buried; and a glimpse of the summer home of Stephen Smith, a leading businessman, abolitionist and unsung hero of the Underground Railroad. Learn how Harriet Tubman found Cape May as a resource for earning money to fund her work.
TICKETS ARE $10 AND TOURS RUN FROM 11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7TH AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH.
TO MAKE A RESERVATION, CALL ROBBI AT 609-741-7868.
THE TROLLEY LEAVES FROM 717 FRANKLIN STREET, CAPE MAY.