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Tuckahoe Neck Meeting House

Tuckahoe Neck Meeting House

“Quakers as Underground Railroad Agents”
(Privately owned)
Built in 1803, this was one of five Quaker meetinghouses in Caroline County, whose members sustained a local Underground Railroad network. Quakers also supported women’s equality and the end of slavery. Local Quaker Hannah Leverton and other famous abolitionists spoke here.

GPS Coordinates: 38.891444,-75.842966

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