Was a Methodist church built in 1866 by the African-American community. It was a Freedmen's Bureau school from 1868-1870.
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111 E. High St
Sharpsburg, MD
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  • Free Parking
  • Group-Friendly
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  • Tour Length
    15-60 min.
Rated 5 by Jhollyday

October 18, 2022


Important historical site while visiting Antietam

Well worth seeking out during a visit to Antietam. This was a school where African American children were taught after they were freed as a result of the war. By showing the positive outcomes of...

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Rated 4 by NatalieG1860

September 09, 2020


Fun Geocache spot and pristine interior

I found this historical black church through geocaching and wish we had known about it sooner because I would have requested a tour by appointment if I had known. What an incredible story and...

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Rated 5 by southernson2015

March 02, 2017


Right around the corner!!!!

This is a restored black church in Sharpsburg proper...in a residential setting and across from the Mennonite bakery (closed Sunday and Monday)...a must stop also! It (the church) is not open to the...

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