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Tubman: The Early Years

A half-day tour introduces you to Harriet Tubman's early life and legacy.

  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • 50 US dollars
  • 2 Rosehill Pl, Cambridge, MD 21613

Service Description

3 Hours 30 Mins (2 Person Minimum per booking) Harriet Tubman's earlier years- You will be introduced to Arminta Ross and how she became Harriet Tubman and the historical sites that played a part in this. Your experience will include: *Dorchester County Courthouse -famous rescue *Long Wharf -The port of entry for the enslaved until 1808 *Take My Hand Muir - Harriet Tubman painted in today's world by Mike Rostao *Pine Street- African American neighborhood is known as Little Black Wall Street *Stanley Institute- One of the first Private Black schools circa 1867 *Tubman County - a landscape that shaped her life *Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center- The Smithsonian Institute for Harriet Tubman *Bordess Farm - Childhood home of Harriet Tubman *Bucktown- The of near-fatal injury of young Armita Ross (Harriet Tubman) *Memorial Gardens- painting rendered by nephew Charles Ross The tour begins at the Dorchester County Visitor Center, 2 Rose Hill Place, Cambridge, MD. The tour ends at the Take My Hand Mural where the Harriet Tubman Museum is located.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

866 642 7743

Cambridge, MD, USA

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