Welcome to the John Freeman Walls Historic Site
and Underground Railroad Museum

Welcome to the John Freeman Walls Historic Site and Underground Railroad Museum. This Family Museum was built and is operated by the descendants of John Freeman Walls and Jane King Walls. They traveled on the famous Underground Railroad from Rockingham County, North Carolina to Canada. This historic site is located in Puce, Ontario, Canada was an actual Terminal of the Underground Railroad.

This site is sponsored by Proverbs Heritage Organization (a Federally registered charity) and was developed to express the theme of:
EQUAL SISTERHOOD AND BROTHERHOOD OF HUMANKIND world wide.

PEACE AND HARMONY
Copyright A. Davis 1979


LOCATION:
Town of Lakeshore
Windsor, Ontario
 30 minutes east of Windsor/ Detroit border, Highway 401 exit 28, North 1 (mile only) to 859 Puce Road.


MAILING ADDRESS:

Proverbs Heritage Organization
932 Concession 6, RR# 3
Essex, Ontario, Canada, N8M 2X7

 Phone: ( 519) 727-6555
Fax: (519) 727-5793
Email: info@undergroundrailroadmuseum.org 


OPERATING SEASON
Open to the public three months a year, open to School Students and Bus Tour Groups May 15 to October.
(We encourage School and Bus groups to make appointments in advance)  Admission charged.


The Journey on the Underground Railroad
train

Introduction

The Underground Railroad

The Historic Walkway

The Cemetery

The Peace Chapel

The Simcoe Building

The John Freeman Log Cabin

The Freedom Train

The Walls Family

Genealogy

Products & Resources (Historic Site Gift Shop)

Make a Donation

Copyright 1979 OLIVE Publishing Co. Ltd.
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