World Famous Uncle Tom's Cabin Museum

World Famous Uncle Tom's Cabin Museum Dresden Canada


Stock #: 189996
Type: Postcard
Era: Chrome
City: Dresden
State: Ontario (ON)
Country: Canada
Publisher: Thomson Tourist Promotions
Size: 4" x 9" (10.25 x 23 cm)

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Series 25145-D
Many “Roots” Lead to Uncle Tom's Cabin Museum. In this house lived the Reverend Josiah Henson, Whose early life in slavery provided much of the material for Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin. Born in slavery, Henson escaped to Freedom in Canada and established here the British American institute for fugitive slaves. 6 Buildings 2 Cemeteries Group Tours Souvenir & Gift Shop Refreshments Picnic area. Open Daily May 1 to Oct. 31. 10 a. M. to 6 p.m. Reservations required for bus tour groups. (519) 683-2978 Mileage to Uncle tom's cabin Museu, on highway 21, 18 miles North of 401 Freeway. Detroit-Windor 80 Owen Sound 185. Port Huron-Sarnia 45 Toronto 185. Niagara Falls 200 London 65
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