This Historic West Virginia House Was The Last Stop Before Freedom For Some Slaves On The Underground Railroad

In a gentle bend of the Ohio River near the convergence of three states lies a small town with a remarkable history – Ceredo, WV.
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Tours are free by appointment; see the Ramsdell House website for more information on visiting this amazingly preserved historical treasure!
Did you know about the Ramsdell House and its history? Have you visited? For more of West Virginia’s Civil War history, check out this article: This Historic Park And Battlefield In West Virginia Is Where The Civil War Began.
Address: Box 691, 1108 B St, Ceredo, WV 25507, USA