We wandered around Easton and found this museum. This day there was an exhibit honoring the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Unionville....A town founded by local black civil war soldiers who fought in the war, returned from the war, and were given their freedom and were given a parcel of land upon their return. All 18 men are now buried behind the church they founded. (for more info ....read Mindie Burgoyne's post) So glad we stopped.
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