Bucktown Store, Dorchester County, Maryland. A historic site associated with Harriet Tubman.

Endangered Maryland Update: Bucktown Village Store

02/16/2007
By Preservation Maryland

 

The fully restored Bucktown Village Store has been opened as a museum! It holds a large collection of artifacts from the Underground Railroad, including items from the life of Harriet Tubman.  Now operated by the Bucktown Village Foundation, the museum offers guided tours six days a week in order to educate the public about Bucktown’s connection to Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad.

Cambridge, Dorchester County

Nominated: 2007

Status: Fully restored

Contact: Susan Meredith

Related Media:

Smithsonian Magazine: “On the Trail of Harriet Tubman”

“Take Time to Visit Tubman’s Town”

“Underground Railroad Byway, Bucktown Village Store”

Video: “Harriet Tubman & Black History Month”

 

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