The Quaker meetinghouse in Lee, New Hampshire, doubled as a schoolhouse. Now a private residence, it was adjacent to the Cartland homestead, believed to be a stop on the Underground Railway.
The Quaker meetinghouse in Lee, New Hampshire, doubled as a schoolhouse. Now a private residence, it was adjacent to the Cartland homestead, a stop on the Underground Railway whisking slaves to freedom.
Moses Cartland was an influential educator and a founder of the Republican Party. He was the best friend of his first-cousin, John Greenleaf Whittier, who visited often. The stone was erected by former students.
Moses Cartland was an influential educator and a founder of the Republican Party. He was the best friend of his first-cousin, John Greenleaf Whittier, who visited often. The stone was erected by former students.
The farmhouse sits to across the road from the meetinghouse, right. The view is from the Cartland family burial ground.
The large farmhouse, hidden in the woods, sits across the road from the meetinghouse, right. The view is from the Cartland family burial ground.
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