Baltimore Civil War Museum

baltimore_civil_war_museumThe Baltimore Civil War Museum is located at 1849 President Street in Baltimore, MD.  This museum focuses heavily on the city of Baltimore as an important stop for slaves among in the Underground Railroad route to the North.  Baltimore is one of the most crucial spots along the Civil War Underground Railroad as it is a main stop right on the border separating the North from the South.

Fleeing slaves such as Frederick Douglass and Henry “Box” Brown were among the many of the newly freed slaves that road openly in the railroad station in Baltimore, MD.

One thought on “Baltimore Civil War Museum

  1. Edwin L. Potillo sr.

    Article very helpful, Have 1862nco sword, Made by Collins & Co, In good shape .Need to know how to appraise its value, or any info on the sword.
    Thanks, Ed Potillo Sr.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *