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African American Church
George B. Hichtcock
John Brown Cabin
This was the first african american church,because it was hard for black people to go to white churches.
White Horse Farm
The home of Reverend George B. Hichcock.
Bruins Slave Jail
John Brown was an american abolitionists who believed slavery was wrong.He is most known for raiding Harpers Ferry.
Fort Mose Site
White Horse Farm was built around 1770 also home of the abolitionist Elijah Pennypacker. He lived 1802 through 1888, though he was a politician he decided to quit and start the antislavery cause.
Joseph Bruin was a slave dealer in Alexandria,Virginia.Joseph Bruin used this place or house that he considered a slave jail.This house was for slaves waiting to be sold by other slave owners.Bruin purchased the house in 1844 but he'd been a slave dealer since 1840.
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