All Tours: 9

Highly regarded for our professional and extensive knowledge about the region’s hillsides, The Hillside Trust consults with various municipalities and government planning commissions on land use…
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Union Baptist Cemetery was established in 1865 by Union Baptist Church, the oldest African American Baptist church in Cincinnati. This cemetery is the resting place of Underground Railroad conductors,…
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The Green Book was also known as The Negro Motorist Green Book, and later, The Negro Travelers’ Green Book and was named after its founder Victor Hugo Green. It was a travel guide for African…
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Up until the time of the Civil War, Madisonville was a rural and mostly-white community. Immediately after the Civil War, however, Madisonville became home to an influx of African Americans, at first…
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Findlay Market is celebrating 170 years! Take a self-guided tour of the beautiful historic buildings in our market district and learn a bit more about the rich history and previous owners.
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The Village of Ripley is a well-preserved example of an antebellum Ohio River town. Every major event that caused this town to grow and develop happened before the Civil War, and every impact is…
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I'm on my way to Canada by Dr. Joshua McCarter Simpson (1860) (Sung to the tune of Oh! Suzannah!) I'm on my way to Canada that cold and dreary land, The dire effects of slavery I can…
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