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.

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Cambridge, MD, USA