MAAP | Mapping the African American Past

Current view of 143 Nassau Street, once site where Tubman would bring people fleeing on the underground railroad.

Harriet Tubman often stopped at the New York Anti-Slavery offices such as the one at 143 Nassau Street. There she and her passengers could get train or boat tickets to Canada and freedom.

Creator: Manjari Sharma, photographer

Source: © Curriculum Concepts International

Produced by CCNMTL, Chase, Teachers College, and CCI