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Rokeby Museum

4334 us 7, Ferrisburgh, Vermont USA

Rokeby Museum is a historic farm property and museum at 4334 United States Route 7 in Ferrisburgh, Vermont. The property includes a 1780s farmstead, and eight agricultural outbuildings with permanent exhibits. Hiking trails cover more than of the grounds. Rokeby is open from mid-May to mid-October each year. The property was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1997 for its association with Rowland T. Robinson, a Quaker and ardent abolitionist who openly sheltered escaped slaves at Rokeby as part of the Underground Railroad. Robinson's extensive correspondence is an essential archive giving insight into the practices of abolitionists and the operations of the railroad.

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Rokeby Museum

4334 us 7
Ferrisburgh, Vermont
USA

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