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John G. Fee was the founder of the college I currently attend. He was inducted into this Hall of Fame in October and I was able to witness it happen. It is a nice Museum and i encourage others to stop by for a visit.
This is a good, professional museum emphasizing the role of Central New York in the national cataclysm but a moderately through presentation of how the process developed and currents that were boiling up elsewhere. It is presented mainly as large posters which kids won't read...More
Very informative museum rich with history, both local and national, related to the antislavery movement. I learned a lot despite growing up nearby several years ago. Museum is in an old school that I played in as a kid which overlooks the old Peterboro Little...More
The National Abolition Hall of Fame is a wonderful museum that contains information about the many abolitionists who helped to end slavery. This museum is run by volunteers who are knowledgeable and dedicated to help spread the word.