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Who wrote on Liberia's walls           



Liberia Basement to Attic Tour added for Saturday February 28 at 12 Noon
washington post article
Read the Washington Post article about interest in Liberia's slave history

graffiti descendants
Museum Volunteer Margaret Binning(left) found
the great-great grandson of Lt. John B. Dayton,
Co. D. 34th PA Inf., who wrote on Liberia's wall.
Nelson Dayton Runkle and his wife Gayle recently viewed the signature when on a trip from their
home in Missouri.
Read the story in their hometown Missouri newspaper

Tickets may be purchased at the museum, by calling 703-368-1873 or 
online through 
Echoes, the Manassas Museum store.

Visit Our Historic Sites:

Liberia Plantation
Liberia Plantation

Mayfield Fort
Mayfield Fort

Cannon Branch Fort
Cannon Branch Fort

Jennie Dean Memorial
Manassas Industrial School/Jennie Dean Memorial

Historic Train Depot
Historic Train Depot

Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory
Center for the Arts at the
Candy Factory

Speiden-Carper House
Speiden-Carper House
(not open at this time)

To Purchase Tickets for our programs, or Shop for Distinctive Gifts with a Local Flair,

Manassas Museum Echoes Store

Manassas Museum System

9101 Prince
William St.
Manassas, VA 20110

Ph: 703-368-1873

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