Levi Coffin House Upstairs Kitchen

You will not find a finer example of historic preservation in Indiana than the Levi Coffin House. This nugget of Hoosier history was restored to its 19th-century splendor many years ago and has been maintained through the years mostly by the dedication of devoted volunteers with some more recent help from the Indiana State Museum. This National Historic Landmark located in Fountain City, Indiana (formerly known as the town of Newport in Levi Coffin’s day) was once considered Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad because of the more than 1000 slaves who passed through the house during their escape to freedom.

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