A 17th century house museum in Queens. This is the best-preserved example of Anglo-Dutch vernacular in the US, and it is a center for research in early New York. It was originally the home of John Bowne, an important advocate for religious freedom in New Amsterdam. Several descendants were vocal abolitionists who were active in the Underground Railroad.

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