Realice un recorrido a pie por la ciudad de Nueva York y verá la los lugares de interés histórico que cuentan la historia de la esclavitud y el Ferrocarril subterráneo. Viajar en el tiempo del siglo XVII cuando la ciudad de Nueva York fue una colonia holandesa mencionada New Amsterdam. Mientras recorre el Ferrocarril subterráneo con su guía, aprenda cosas sobre cómo se liberó los esclavos en la década de 1800 con la ayuda de cayo hueso abolicionistas, como por ejemplo, Frederick Douglass y descubra cómo la esclavitud desempeñaba un papel importante en la ciudad de Nueva York, historia y la economía.
his was a great tour and I learned a lot. I would highly recommend it . I really wish that I could have taken the Niagara falls NY and Canada sections of this railroad, but they are requiring that you sign up for two people when you register.
I am not sure of the tour guide's name. He may have told us but it didn't sink in. He knew his stuff and told us some moving stories and the history was fascinating.
It was very busy walking around, he walked fast and it was difficult to follow him, and I was on my own and didn't know anyone in the group. At one stage I nearly lost the group.
There was quite a big group of use. I don't know the tour guide's name. I am not sure he told us. He certainly knew his stuff. And it was moving and humbling to here how badly people were treated. However, he walked fast and had no flag or anything for us to follow. So I nearly lost the group at one time. That slightly spoiled it for me.
I had no idea that New York offered so much to learn about Slavery and the Underground Railway. This was fantastic!! My guide Ludi was sensational!! Her knowledge was endless and her passion for the subject and it's importance was beyond measure!!!!! I am so glad I participated in this!! And I'm not posting any pictures because as I explained to family and friends - I only took a couple of pics as I was too busy listening and learning.
Amazing tour. Our tour guide, Lolita, was full of knowledge and shared it with our group. Be aware that there is a lot of walkingon this tour. Fascinating and sad part of our history that we don't learn in school.opens the door to more exploring of the area.