THE ROBBINS HOUSE, CONCORD, MA
At 544 sq. ft, in size, the historic early 19th century Robbins House, is a small house full of little known history. The Robbins House shares the stories of the first generations of free Concord African Americans, revealing their pursuit of independence and contributions to the antislavery movement and abolitionist causes. Open from June-October, this time of year consider downloading the Walking Tour Map and explore the African American and Antislavery history in Concord, MA.
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