#3. Wilson School House.

      Union Street

#2. First Congregational Church. 

      ​Union Street

History of the Milford Black Heritage Trail

Research work to develop the Milford, harriet Wilson & The Anti-Slavery Movement  Black Heritage Trail began in 2003. The research committee of the Harriet Wilson Project, included JerriAnne Boggis and Dr. Barbara White. Research data was compiled and completed in 2005 when the Project hosted their first major tour. The Milford Trail was modeled after the Portsmouth Black Heritage Traildeveloped by Valerie Cunningham in 1995. 


Guided Tours

Please call the Harriet Wilson Project to schedule a guided tour of the Milford Black Heritage

Trail that will tell you the stories of Black history omitted from three centuries of white

historical narrative.







Milford, Harriet Wilson & The Anti-Slavery Movement











The Harriet Wilson Project

OTHER SITES

West Street Cemetery  
Schoolhouse District number 7 
Milford Poor Farm. 


 

#11. Abby Hutchinson Tombstone. 

        North River Rd. Cemetery. 

Milford Black Heritage Trail Sites 

Self-Guided Tours 

#14. Chase Homestead. 

        Franklin St.


#15. Harriet E. Wilson Memorial. 

  South Street. Bicentennial ParK.