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I have traveled to Southwest Iowa so many times as I have a lot of family in the area and I never knew about this place. Much of my family didn't know about it either. It was such an amazing experience to see and learn...More
I did not know this place existed until less than a week ago and I couldn't wait to visit. My family and I visited today and were so impressed and inspired. The women who worked there were wonderful! Our tour guide was fabulous. What an...More
I'm sure this stop is far off the beaten path for most travelers. For those looking for not-often-told true history of America prior to the Civil War, this is a very special place. Even though the Hitchcock House was built in 1856, it was not...More
Visited this site in August 2013. The house itself is interesting because of the rock construction. The site underneath that was reportedly used to hide escaping slaves is not authentic, and because it is a National Historic Site, it cannot be restored because they are...More
The Hitchcock House is a good example of an intact Underground Railroad site in Iowa. It has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. The tour guide was knowledgeable and could answer most of our questions. The interior was not impressive but the sandstone rock...More