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Toward that end,while another display — “The Struggle Today” — places the Underground Railroad’s legacy in context by showing how it influenced later freedom movements. Occasional lectures and seminars, some with internationally prominent speakers, will further examine those broader themes at the heart of the museum’s mission.

The center’s defining artifact will be a two-story slave pen, recovered from a Kentucky farm where it once was used to hold slaves awaiting transport to auctions. property valuation melbourne Other signature displays include possessions of abolitionist Frederick Douglass and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” author Harriet Beecher Stowe, as well as the rope used to hang John Brown in 1859 after his raiders seized an arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, Va., as part of a scheme to incite a slave insurrection.

The center’s defining artifact will be a two-story slave pen, recovered from a Kentucky farm where it once was used to hold slaves awaiting transport to auctions. Other signature displays include possessions of abolitionist Frederick Douglass and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” author Harriet Beecher Stowe, as well as the rope used to hang John Brown in 1859 after his raiders seized an arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, Va., as part of a scheme to incite a slave insurrection.

Although the Dublin market has lost some of its intensity over the last year it remains at the top of the table, aided by strong national economic performance. And just as the Underground Railroad’s “safe houses” once sheltered fugitives traveling hundreds of miles to be free, the museum will include an area called “Reflect, Respond, Resolve,” designed to be a “safe place” for visitors to reflect on and discuss the experiences and issues that they encounter at the Freedom Center.