I visited on a Thursday afternoon with three women friends. We had an enthusiastic tour guide who took us through the house and then spent a lot of time in the visitor center going through the timeline with us. You gain a very good understanding of her life and works and an appreciation for her courage. There is a lot of reading in the visitor center but it is well done and very educational. She is an inspiring figure in American history. I hope she gets her due, she did so much for slaves and all of humanity.
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