Boston Black history & heritage tour suggestions for Boston
The Royall House Slave Quarters visitation schedule has been impacted by construction. Call before you visit. The Royall historic house museum is one of the only known remaining freestanding slave quarters in New England.
#nationaltrust The black Jamaican MORSE family, wealthier and far more influential than their white ROYALL relatives whose bequest helped found the Harvard Law School. Kin to the BROWNS of RI and the PEABODYS of MA here in the US. https://t.co/1ikenPaC2w pic.twitter.com/SS7F8rw4C0— VoxSMauritii (@VoxSMauritii) October 2, 2020
You have come to the right place for Black Heritage Trail tour coverage of Black New England.
- Guided Black Heritage Trail Tours
- Black New England State Freedom Trail Visits
- Airport bus service for groups
About the Region
New England is in the northeastern region of the United States. There are 14 million people alive in the area. The region is 72,000 square miles and includes the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
New England’s snowfalls, ski resorts, casinos, beaches, ocean side vistas, boating culture, whale watches, fishing industry, tourism enclaves, universities, Cape Cod and the islands, fall foliage and crafted cuisine are some of the outstanding features people look for.
Boston, Massachusetts is the hub of New England. It is the largest city in the region. Established in 1630, Boston pre-dates the American Revolution (1765-1783). Boston first Black community was established in 1638.
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