Virtual Field Trip: Underground Railroad

New Bedford  Go on a virtual field trip of Underground Railroad sites in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Share the rich history of this colonial town with your students, and explore its integral role in the network used by fugitive slaves during the 1800s. Use these resources to educate students about slavery in America and the abolitionist movement. This is an excellent classroom activity for Black History Month.

Click here to start the tour, or go to an individual site by clicking on a name below.

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