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Connecticut Freedom Trail

The Connecticut Freedom Trail program documents and designates sites that embody the struggle toward freedom and human dignity, celebrate the accomplishments of the state's African American community

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The Connecticut Freedom Trail program documents and designates sites that embody the struggle toward freedom and human dignity, celebrate the accomplishments of the state's African American community and promote heritage tourism. Legislation authorizing the establishment of the Connecticut Freedom Trail was signed in August, 1995. Included on the Trail are sites associated with the Amistad Case of 1839-1842; buildings reported to have been used on the Underground Railroad; and grave sites, monuments, homes and buildings associated with the heritage and movement towards freedom of Connecticut's African American citizens.

Pricing: Admission varies from site to site.

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Main St.
Statewide, CT 06103

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