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Slavery to Freedom
Slavery in Canada
Toward the abolition of slavery in Ontario
The Underground Railroad
Black settlement in Ontario
Ontario's 20th-century Black heritage
Amherstburg Freedom Museum
Buxton National Historic Site & Museum
Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society
First Baptist Church Chatham
Grey Roots Museum & Archives
Griffin House National Historic Site
John Freeman Walls Underground Railroad Museum
Nathaniel Dett Memorial Chapel British Methodist Episcopal Church
Niagara Falls History Museum
Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate
Ontario Black History Society
St. Catharines Museum at Lock 3
Salem Chapel British Methodist Episcopal Church
Sandwich First Baptist Church
Stewart Memorial Church
Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site
For more information about the Slavery to Freedom web resource, contact:
Ontario Heritage Trust
10 Adelaide Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1J3
Come to the cabin!
Learn about Josiah Henson, recognized for his contributions to the abolition movement and for his work in the Underground Railroad, at Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site in Dresden
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Learn more about Ontario's unique Black heritage
Ontario’s stories are compelling and informative. Explore some of them through our online exhibits
Foundations and Fire ...
John Graves Simcoe ...
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Explore the Ontario Heritage Trust’s sites
Heritage Matters magazine
Visit Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre
Visit Fulford Place
Ontario's Places of Worship
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