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Lewelling Quaker Museum


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This stone house built in the 1840s was part of the Underground Railroad. See the two hiding places used for slaves, and furniture and accessories from the mid-1800s.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 1-4 Sun., May-Sep., or by appointment.
Address: 401 S. Main
Phone: 319-385-2460
Our Email: fheartsill@lisco.com

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Lewelling Quaker Museum

This stone house built in the 1840s was part of the Underground Railroad. See the two hiding places used for slaves, and furniture and accessories from the mid-1800s.

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Lewelling Quaker Museum

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