Historic Waterford Foundation Walking Tour – Black History Sites
April 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm$20
Organized by the Historic Waterford Foundation, this in-person walking tour will focus on the history and architecture of the village of Waterford, focusing on Black History Sites. Waterford was within the part of Loudoun County known as the Underground Railroad route. It was also a haven for free Blacks. Settled by Quakers, the village offered more opportunities for African Americans than most other places in the south. The town has many other well preserved homes and workplaces where free and enslaved African Americans lived and worked. Open to the public.