Road to Freedom: Dred Scott Exhibit
From its founding in 1764, St. Louis has been home to African-Americans. Until 1865, most were enslaved. The Dred Scott Exhibit tells the story of St. Louis enslaved blacks and their quests for freedom. This exhibit contains images of documents, photographs and objects from the collection of the Missouri Historical Society tracing the pursuit of freedom in 19th century St. Louis. The exhibit is on the second floor of the Instructional Resources building. Exhibit runs daily through Feb. 28
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3400 Pershall Rd.
St Louis, MO 63135