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Central New York & The Birth of the Oneida County Freedom Trail

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Central New York & The Birth of the Oneida County Freedom Trail

The Underground Railroad was more than a route to freedom; it was a social movement that blurred the lines of race and gender. It featured the cooperation of free and enslaved groups -- black, white, men, and women who pushed the nation one step closer to universal freedom. This exhibit highlights the Underground Railroad movement in Oneida County along with how it weaved together social, political, and economic transformations, which made the route to freedom possible.

Oneida County History Center
Free
10:00 AM - 04:00 PM, every day through Feb 28, 2022.

Event Supported By

Oneida County History Center
3157353642
preynolds@oneidacountyhistory.org

Artist Group Info

Patrick Reynolds
preynolds@oneidacountyhistory.org

Oneida County History Center

1608 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13502
3157353642
preynolds@oneidacountyhistory.org