Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

John Johnson House
6306 Germantown Avenue
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
“The John Johnson House (also known as the Johnson House) is a National Historic Landmark in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, significant for its role in the antislavery movement and the Underground Railroad.[2] It is located at 6306 Germantown Avenue and is a contributing property of the Colonial Germantown Historic District, which is also a National Historic Landmark. It is operated today as a museum open to the public. Built: 1768
Architect: Jacob Norr
Architectural style: Colonial Georgian.” (Excerpt from Wikipedia). Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. #architecturaltourist #thearchitecturaltourist #architecture #architektur #architektura #architectures #architecturephotography #architectures #architectuur #architektur #oldhouse #oldhouselove #oldhouses #historicalhouses #historichouse #pennsylvaniahistory #18thcenturyarchitecture #americanhistory #americanrevolution #stonebuilding #stonehouse #colonial #colonialarchitecture #earlyamerican #georgian #georgianbuilding #germantownphilly #germantown #philadelphia #colonialamerica #abolition #undergroundrailroad

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