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The Johnson House was an active station on the Underground Railroad during the 1850s. Its Quaker owners, Samuel and Jannett Johnson, were leading abolitionists and invovled in the American Anti-Slavery Society. Their house was a sanctuary to African American freedom seekers and today operates as a museum.

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