N. on Third St., to Chelsea Ave., R. on Chelsea, R. on Second or N. on Front to Auction - R. on Auction Ave., L. on Second.
A white clapboard house built in 1849 by Jacob Burkle is rumored to have served as a way station on the Underground Railroad for runaway slaves. A tour of the house includes a visit to a small cellar where slaves waited to escape.
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