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Tracks of Freedom on the Underground Railroad

River running through wetlands with fall colors
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad NHP

Harriet Tubman, one of the most famous conductors of the Underground Railroad, led many to freedom through Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Inside of a church building with an alter and pews
Boston African American NHS

The African American community of Boston led the city and the nation in the fight against slavery, including supporting freedom seekers.

Small historic cabin next to a stone wall
Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania NMP

During the Civil War, thousands of freedom seekers followed the US Army north during the many battles fought in the area.

Out in the Wild

Red and blue sunset reflecting on water with read grass patch.
Everglades National Park

Explore the unique landscape of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness along Everglades National Park waterways.

Colorful wildflower meadow with petrified trees in background
Death Valley National Park

Hike, camp, or ride through the largest area of designated wilderness in the contiguous United States.

Seastars and urchins in a tidepool
Olympic National Park

With 95% of the park designated a wilderness area, visitors can explore several distinctly different pristine ecosystems.