Last updated: 6/23/2011
Elmira, New York
Street Address
Woodlawn and Davis Streets
Elmira, NY 14901
Mailing Address
1250 Davis Street
Elmira, NY 14845
Staff
Margaret A. Palmer, Trustee/Researcher
Description

A famous ex-slave who fled his master in Virginia to find a home in Elmira, which became an integral part of the Underground Railroad--in which Jones became quite active. Jone's house still stands erect in Elmira and is now called the John W. Jones Museum.

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