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Oscar Taylor Home, Freeport

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The Oscar Taylor House is a historic house in the city of Freeport, Illinois. The house was built in 1857 and served as a "station" on the Underground Railroad during the American Civil War. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

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  • It's changed little since I first visited when I was in second or third grade. The tour guide inside the house yelled quite a bit which was semi understandable but laughable considering. 
    It's changed little since I first visited when I was in second or third grade. The tour guide inside the house yelled quite a bit which was semi understandable but laughable considering.  more »
  • Was visiting relatives in Winnebago and visited this museum one afternoon when we were trying to fill time. Glad we did. This is a hidden gem. The house is wonderful but the industrial/farming... 
    Was visiting relatives in Winnebago and visited this museum one afternoon when we were trying to fill time. Glad we did. This is a hidden gem. The house is wonderful but the industrial/farming...  more »

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